PHILADELPHIA -- Older consumers in a high-income bracket are the group most concerned about the freshness of prepared foods offered in supermarkets, according to a survey conducted by Consumer Research Network here. d survey of 385 respondents in different geographical areas of the United States. The survey was concluded in December. Doyle's assessment is based on responses to two statements that were part of the year-end survey that solicited opinions from consumers about supermarkets. ...

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