Working mothers are known for their ability to juggle multiple tasks, but perhaps their most significant accomplishment was the transformation of the modern supermarket. As more and more women joined the work force in the 1960s and 1970s, the paradigm for meal preparation evolved from an hours-long, intensive process to something much more simple and time-constrained. Consumer demand for products began shifting from basic ingredients to more products that had already been partially or ...

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