While traditional grocery retailing is a mature industry and has been undercut by alternative formats, a new consumer survey conducted exclusively for SN suggested opportunity gaps may still exist that could help supermarkets gain leverage against their competition. Some of those opportunities may be found by not only looking at shoppers' future purchase intentions, but how future purchases may skew across gender, age and income levels. Retail consultants said the survey pointed to ...
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