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

 

Brand Dollar Sales PCYA Unit Sales PCYA
Kraft Foods $44,790,300 10.12% 31,008,300 7.99%
Ricola $3,037,029 24.62% 2,035,824 21.33%
Prestige Brands $1,444,839 28.08% 1,096,654 23.25%
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 $21,844 1,602.40% 1,751 327.12%
Prophase Labs $14,573 437.88% 2,081 229.31%
Lofthouse of Fleetwood $12,946 164.40% 5,617 133.98%
Reckitt Benckiser $6,505 8.34% 1,432 17.31%
Burt's Bees $5,499 NA 2,294 NA
Bestsweet $224 -40.57 90 -7.65
Belmora $181 NA 56 NA
Distribuidora Alimentos $16 NA 5 NA
Grandall $8 NA 1 NA
TOTAL $49,777,520 10.95% 34,466,640 7.99%

 

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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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