Consumers scaling back on premium purchases in the supermarket can still take home a loaf of artisan breads, according to retailers. “It's hard for people to get away from bread,” said Kevin Schuk, vice president of Breadsmith, a baked-goods company. “There are so many things you eat or use in preparing food that are related to bread, or bread products, so it's hard to stop eating bread altogether.” There's been some pullback by customers at V. Richard's Market, which sources its artisan ...

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