The art of luring consumers to buy new products has some things in common with the art of getting investors to purchase stocks. As the cover feature in this week's issue points out, consumers of the future may be enticed to fill their shopping carts with products that include a little something extra: functional foods that offer added benefits. Wall Street shoppers might also be looking for a little something extra when they buy supermarket stocks: a dividend. Only a handful of the 33 food ...
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