PHILADELPHIA -- Consumers are getting a little -- just a little -- more positive about prepared foods offered in their supermarkets. That's according to Mona Doyle, president of Consumer Research Network, a market research and consulting firm based here. Doyle bases her conclusion on comments gathered this spring in two separate consumer surveys that her group conducted. In one, consumers were simply asked to comment on supermarket prepared foods. In the second, they were asked to "agree ...

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