Cough Drop Sales

Convenience store cough-drop sales

After a slow 2010, cough drop sales picked up in 2011, and growth remained flat in 2012.

2012 Convenience Store Cough Drop Sales

 

BrandDollar SalesPCYAUnit SalesPCYA
Kraft Foods$44,790,30010.12%31,008,3007.99%
Ricola$3,037,02924.62%2,035,82421.33%
Prestige Brands$1,444,83928.08%1,096,65423.25%
Procter & Gamble$195,261-36.92%177,017-36.59%
Insight Pharma.$93,436-20.78%25,244-36.30%
Private Label$74,151-9.91%50,736-7.84%
F&F Labs$57,494-14.52%37,389-19.19%
Andre Prost$23,213-33.25%22,166-35.16%
Matrixx Initiatives$21,8441,602.40%1,751327.12%
Prophase Labs$14,573437.88%2,081229.31%
Lofthouse of Fleetwood$12,946164.40%5,617133.98%
Reckitt Benckiser$6,5058.34%1,43217.31%
Burt's Bees$5,499NA2,294NA
Bestsweet$224-40.5790-7.65
Belmora$181NA56NA
Distribuidora Alimentos$16NA5NA
Grandall$8NA1NA
TOTAL$49,777,52010.95%34,466,6407.99%

 

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More 2012 General Merchandise/HBC Data

Kraft (Halls) continues to hold a tight lock on cough-drop sales in convenience stores, while brands No. 2 & 3 are growing at healthy 20+ percent rates.

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