BEIJING (FNS) -- China's traditional wet markets have a long way to go before being supplanted by modern Western supermarkets, but as living standards rise in Chinese cities, increasingly time-pressured housewives are beginning to look at a previously unavailable commodity: prepackaged convenience foods. And with nearly 60% of urban households now equipped with refrigerators, frozen foods that can be purchased in advance and stored for indefinite periods are a particularly popular choice. ...
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