Halloween again scares up low-price message

For the third consecutive year, marketers and retailers are focusing on low prices for Halloween products. General Mills, for example, will sell its monster-themed cereals, Boo Berry, Count Chocula and Franken Berry, at Target stores for $2.50, and Mars Chocolate North America is launching Halloween print and TV ads, with an executive noting, "We remain an economical treat."

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