Some people are eating out a little less often, others are looking for bargains more than they used to, and some say the declining economy hasn't had much of an impact on the way they spend their food dollars at all. Most said they stick to their favorite brands, whether national manufacturer or private label. Here are some of the responses SN received from Philadelphia-area consumers in a recent survey about how the economy is affecting how they shop and what they buy in supermarkets: With ...
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