TORONTO -- Home meal replacement -- already a driving force among consumers in the United States -- is likely to spread more slowly in Canada, according to a new study to be unveiled here next week. "As is traditionally the case, the Canadian industry and consumer preferences are running behind trends in America by a few years," John Scott, president and chief executive officer of the Canadian Federation of Independent Grocers here, told SN. CFIG is scheduled to hold its annual convention ...
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