Consumer tendencies to shop supermarkets for health and beauty aids fell during the past year, according to the latest SN survey of shopping habits. ere purchasing more, down from last year's 24.1% finding. "It's a time problem,"said Britt Beemer, founder and chairman of America's Research Group, the Charleston, S.C.-based company that has conducted the survey for the last three years. "We're seeing this attitude throughout our consumer surveys," Beemer added. "If shoppers can run into a ...

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