Target's chief food and beverage officer says company will deliver a Halloween assortment that is 'priced right' as customers are seeking value 'more than ever'; comments come after Target saw growth in candy, snacks and beverages, despite earnings drop

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October 27, 2023 (press release) –

​​​​​​Target’s Chief Food and Beverage Officer Rick Gomez says the company is shifting from "being a retailer that sells food, to one who celebrates it” ahead of the Halloween season. While Target believes that seasonal moments are important in customers’ lives, it also knows they are "looking for value now more than ever" and will deliver "a joyful assortment that is priced right and helps our guests celebrate the moment.”

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