OF THE VARIOUS GROUPS OF CONSUMERS shopping in supermarkets today, none seem as idealistic about the connection between food and health as young people. This year, WH asked 20-somethings about their shopping habits, and how their favorite retailers influence the choices they make. Whether they're students or part of the workforce, it's no surprise that their responses were full of references to wellness, the environment and animal welfare. What values and principles do you bring to the ...
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