CHICAGO -- A third of consumers in Chicago think of the supermarket as a place to buy their evening meal already prepared, according to a new research study. USA Chicago, a marketing and communications firm here, reported that its research, based on surveys of 25,000 Chicago-area households conducted last month, shows that Chicago represents an even stronger fresh-meals market than previously thought. The company distributed a 20-question printed survey across a wide range of demographic ...
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