Whether spurred by consumers seeking lower prices in a stalling economy or simply a shift in consumer shopping habits, these membership-only outlets are making specific gains in Center Store items. According to the recently released Food Marketing Institute's "Trends in the United States: Consumer Attitudes and the Supermarket, 2002" report, warehouse-club stores have posted gains, following a year of stagnant growth. Consumers who shop for groceries at warehouse clubs on a regular basis ...
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