When it comes to the most expensive grocery products, consumers immediately think of paper products, soft drinks, canned produce, laundry products, household cleaners, pet food/supplies, aluminum/plastic, canned meats, snack foods and breakfast foods, according to an SN survey. That's why many shoppers are turning to mass merchandisers and warehouse/club stores for these items. When asked which grocery items they previously bought at supermarkets, but are now getting at alternate formats, ...

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