WASHINGTON -- In the new millennium's strong economy, nearly 90% of consumers report high overall satisfaction with their supermarkets, according to the Food Marketing Institute report, "Trends in the United States: Consumer Attitudes and the Supermarket 2000." verage of 8.2 out of a perfect 10 points, up slightly from last year. A large majority -- 96% -- of shoppers said they would recommend their store to a friend or newcomer. Store cleanliness, the availability of fresh produce and the ...

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