Hey Ma, what's for dinner? That phrase today can inspire panic in working moms, who not only have to put the family dinner on the table but have to help bring home the bacon, too. According to Mona Doyle, president of The Consumer Network, a market research firm based in Philadelphia, convenience is becoming a more powerful force than ever, and retailers who don't push themselves to help their shoppers save time risk losing out not only to other supermarkets, but to restaurants and ...
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