NEW YORK - Many consumers no longer think of traditional supermarkets as a primary shopping destination, according to a new study from WSL Strategic Retail, based here. The study, conducted via the Internet over the summer among 1,503 adult consumers, found that 21% of shoppers did not list supermarkets among the retail formats they had shopped in the last three months. When further prompted by a question asking where they had purchased food and groceries, however, 67% of those who said ...

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