BOSTON -- New England consumers will wait longer in line to be served at an in-store deli than they will at a supermarket bakery, according to findings of a consumer purchasing survey sponsored by the New England Dairy-Deli-Bakery Association. Women generally will wait longer on deli lines than men, the survey found. These and other preliminary findings of how consumers shop the deli, bakery and dairy departments of supermarkets were presented by Dr. David Rogers, president of DSR ...

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