CHICAGO -- Business, although not necessarily up, has indeed shifted at Jewel-Osco food stores here, a division of Albertson's, Boise, Idaho, according to spokeswoman Karen Ramos. More shoppers are buying ingredients for full dinners, much more than before last year's terrorist attacks, she told SN. "I truly think people are eating out less, adjusting their shopping habits and buying more of those ingredient items," Ramos said. Less prepared food and fewer frozen pizza items are being ...

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