American consumers appear to be heeding the advice of mothers everywhere by not skipping the most important meal of the day. Eating breakfast seems to be back in fashion these days, but a lot has changed since the days of a leisurely morning full of bacon and eggs. Retailers who spoke with SN report clashing shopping practices in their breakfast aisles, suggesting that the items chosen to jump-start one's morning vary with a certain amount of frequency. At Ingles Markets, Asheville, N.C., ...
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