MONTREAL -- When it comes to supermarket shopping attitudes there are few boundaries between Americans and Canadians. A new survey, "Trends in Canada: Survey on Consumer Shopping 1997," has found that the top five attributes of supermarkets are the same for both groups. They are, in descending order, clean, neat stores; quality produce; good variety; good/low prices; and courteous, friendly employees. macy -- more than their neighbors to the north. However, the researchers point out that ...

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