Health and beauty no longer hottest on shoplifting lists

01/2/2007 | NYTimes.com

Pseudoephedrine laws have helped curb shoplifting in the cosmetics and health-care products category, which last year was the third most popular shoplifting category down from the most popular in 2000, according to a report issued by the Food Marketing Institute. The rise of self-checkout lanes has not fueled more shoplifting since shoppers feel they are being closely watched in those lanes.

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