LOS ANGELES -- Consumers here are taking the Southern California strike-lockout in stride after four months of dealing with it, based on one-on-one interviews with a handful of them in different parts of the city. from striking workers if they were to recognize her. Several of those interviewed said they have shifted most of their buying to alternative outlets, but will probably go back to their primary supermarket after the strike ends because of convenience. Others said they were ...

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