The environment and the economy are impacting what consumers choose in the paper goods aisle, said food retailers interviewed by SN. As a result, supermarkets are seeing a polarity in purchasing habits as demand for higher-priced eco-friendly recycled papers serves as a counterbalance to spending habits driven by shoppers' concerns about money. They're seeking lower-priced goods for everyday use. As shopping habits shift, retailers see an opportunity to further grow their private-label ...

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