Convenience foods, especially precut produce items, and prepared takeout foods are making new strides in increasing their share of the food shopper's dollar, according to a new survey provided to SN. The survey found 37.3% of respondents buy prepared products at least once a week, up from 31.6% in 1995 and 27.3% in 1992. This data was part of the 1997-98 survey of the Better Homes and Gardens magazine's Consumer Panel. Three-fourths of the consumers surveyed said they buy both convenience ...
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