BOSTON (FNS) -- Hearing the mantra of keynote speaker Bill Pizzico -- "It's time to talk to consumers" -- attendees at the annual conference and expo of the Northeast Fresh Foods Alliance here seized the chance to query a six-member panel of consumer-survey respondents about their purchasing habits. "We kind of want it all," said panelist Cheryl Francis of Providence, R.I. Shoppers want prepared meals to combine the home-cooked taste of the 1950s with the convenience of the 1990s, she said. ...

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