WASHINGTON -- Supermarkets have the greatest success selling home-meal replacements to convenience-driven adults who will avoid cooking at any cost, according to a study released by the National Restaurant Association here. ldren and young couples with no children with an average income and less than a college graduate education -- were the most likely to include supermarkets in their dinner solutions. This group acquired dinner away from home more than any other, about five times weekly. ...

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