SMOKES and mirrors

Turcsik, Richard
April 2003
Progressive Grocer;4/15/2003, Vol. 82 Issue 6, p37
Trade Publication
Deals with the declining sales of cigarette in the U.S. Drop posted by supermarkets on cigarette sales for the weeks ended January 26, 2003; Hurdles to sales growth in the cigarette industry; Brand development efforts of Philip Morris; Comments from Dan Miller of Santa Fe Natural Tobacco Company.


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