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hit stores

To become available for purchase at retail locations. Her newest album hits stores this Friday, but you can buy it early from her website right now!
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According to China Daily, the pirated copies surfaced in Shanghai within 10 days of the regular version hitting the stores, and are being sold at 10 yuan each compared to the 68 yuan charged at bookstores.
"We all know that consumers are hitting the stores for high quality, healthy and delicious products," says Rodrigo Troni, chief marketing officer for Astoria, N.Y.-based Sabra Dipping Co.
The new collection hitting the stores this Ramadan has a range of flattering designs exuding chic sophistication for the fashion conscious man and woman.
While only four per cent of shoppers enjoy hitting the stores during the festive season, according to Deloitte's Christmas Spending Survey.
Moss Bros said fewer shoppers had been hitting the stores, resulting in a 1.5% fall in like-for-like sales.
Clothes made from farm waste are still years away from hitting the stores, but clothes made from organic or recycled fabrics and products made from coconut, bamboo, and corn sugar are already available in many places.
People have started their festive shopping later this year than last, with just 35per cent hitting the stores in November - but 4percent of men say they won't even think about it until Christmas Eve.
You can even be classy in a cardi, thanks to the great teen fashions now hitting the stores.
The tie-in between sport and fashion is stronger than ever this year with Euromania hitting the stores.