Consumers expect to spend more on groceries this year, but not split their dollars between distribution channels much differently than in the past year. And price continues to be a key factor in why consumers shop where they do. In the results of a national consumer survey conducted exclusively for Supermarket News by America's Research Group, Charleston, S.C., 34.6% of those polled said they expect to spend more on groceries overall during the coming year, while 59.3% expect to spend the ...
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