DALLAS — Consumer spending in U.S. supermarkets is showing several signs of stabilization, according to the sixth annual "Power of Meat" report, presented here today at the Annual Meat Conference, a joint production of the American Meat Institute and Food Marketing Institute.
U.S. consumers continue to be pressured by economic challenges. Unemployment remains high, and many retirement-aged Baby Boomers are finding that they have not saved enough for retirement. As a result, 28% of the 1,200 ...
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