CHICAGO — High gas prices are helping to drive demand for CPG products, especially basic ingredients for home cooking, as consumers shun restaurant dining and opt to prepare meals themselves, according to a new report from Information Resources Inc., based here. The report, called “Competing in a Transforming Economy,” details the economic factors that are driving CPG shopping patterns. “As consumers re-prioritize spending, departments that provide necessities for meal preparation, including ...

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