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Private-label internal analgesic unit share slips slightly in drug and food stores in 1995.

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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PRIVATE-LABEL INTERNAL ANALGESIC UNIT SHARE SLIPS slightly in drug chains and supermarkets in 1995, according to Information Resources, Inc. data presented in the Private Label Manufacturers Association's just-released 1995 Private Label Yearbook. Unit share for analgesics declined .11 points to 25.1% in supermarkets and .33 points to 31.1% in drug chains for the year, the data show.
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