Last week we took a look in this space at the increasing spread between the satisfaction levels consumers attach to supermarket shopping venues in general and six food retailing chains in particular. Now let's see if we can determine why. As was specified last week, the American Consumer Satisfaction Index that's issued annually by the University of Michigan showed that the satisfaction rating garnered by certain chains depart widely from the median ranking of 75. A score of 100 would ...
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