Consumers would let supermarket delis feed them dinner -- as long as the department has all the pieces of the puzzle, according to a new survey of consumer attitudes. In one of many findings in a national survey of consumers conducted exclusively for SN, nearly 60% of consumers said they would buy their dinner at a supermarket deli, if both entrees and side dishes were available. What's more, nearly half said they would buy roasted chicken specifically from a supermarket deli, instead of ...
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