FRAMINGHAM, Mass. (FNS) -- How are supermarket shoppers reacting to the combination of a slowing economy and continuing terrorist threat? SN recently interviewed shoppers at a Super Stop & Shop in Framingham, a town of just under 65,000 and about 15 miles west of Boston. The area has been affected by both the economy and the attacks. The region's economy has been hit by the technology slowdown, including layoffs of about 1,300 by EMC Corp., the state's largest technology company with ...

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