WASHINGTON -- Women who work full time outside the home tend to shop at supermarkets with in-store banking or ATM machines, coffee bars, frequent shopper programs, prepared foods, and ethnic and natural foods. contrasting portraits come from a recent white paper, What Working Women Want, issued by the Food Marketing Institute here, which reveals that women shop differently based on weekly hours worked. The report is based on data derived from FMI's Trends in the United States: Consumer ...

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