Paving tobacco road

Lewis, Len
August 1997
Progressive Grocer;Aug97, Vol. 76 Issue 8, p12
Trade Publication
Reports that retailers who have not set up smoking-cessation sections may be losing out sales in 1997. Amount to be set aside per person for stop-smoking treatments and products; How marketing wars at the tobacco industry escalated; Figures from the National Centers for Disease Control on the smokers who tried to quit and those who made it.


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