CHARLESTON, S.C. -- Maybe it has something to do with the perpetual struggle to get the kids to eat their meat. Whatever the reason, parents are typically a bit more demanding and critical of the meat department than are other classes of consumers, according to a survey conducted for SN by America's Research Group here. In a telephone survey of 1,000 consumers of varied household and marital status -- single, single parents, married, married with kids and empty nesters -- it was the folks ...
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