When food retailers give thanks this Thursday, they might want to mention American voters. holiday season will be better than last year's. Several who were contacted by SN cited the recent election as a reason they feel consumers will spend more freely. Several retailers also said they are planning to promote more high-margin, prepared foods this year to compensate for aggressive price competition on other items. "I think we're going to have an excellent holiday season," said Jay ...
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