WASHINGTON -- South American consumers are looking for low prices, safe food and clean stores when they select a market, according to surveys published by the Food Marketing Institute here. The three surveys -- Trends in Argentina, Trends in Brazil, and Trends in Chile -- were a collaboration between the FMI and the Association of Latin American Supermarkets and received funding from Coca-Cola. Answers to a questionnaire were elicited through door-to-door interviews of randomly selected ...

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