Shoppers looking for bargains have found plenty in meat departments this year, taking some of the edge off the economic downturn
As the recession wears on, shoppers are still hunting for bargains, but one recent survey, focused on shopping habits in the meat department, indicates that consumers have adjusted and have become more comfortable with their household economic situations. Also, retail dollar sales for the total meat category have continued to rise through much of the recession, even as retailers cut prices. The results of “An In-Depth Look at Meat Through the Shopper's Eyes” will be presented by Midan ...
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