WASHINGTON (FNS) -- Bucking the trend towards home-meal replacement, SN found people to be cooking more in an unscientific survey of shoppers in the capital area. SN interviewed shoppers at three conventional supermarkets: one in the District of Columbia; one in Alexandria, Va., and one in New Carrollton, Md. Shoppers who said they cook at home said they shop for meats, produce, spices and other ingredients. Those that do not cook at home said they lacked the time and didn't want the ...

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