Shoppers will still be planning big gatherings for Thanksgiving and Christmas, but may look more closely for value in the meat department
Shoppers are facing difficult economic times, with rising food prices adding to that burden. But retailers and analysts agree that Thanksgiving and Christmas remain important family gathering times, when shoppers will still want to put the same traditional dishes on the table, especially when it comes to meat. This holiday season, loyalty programs and cross-merchandising efforts that give shoppers a sense of value could prove especially potent for retailers. “Consumers do not show signs of ...
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