During the past two years, many retailers, analysts and reporters have taken for granted that consumers are weathering the recession partly by dining out less and eating at home more often. And, it's been accepted wisdom that shoppers need help cooking, and they're always looking for new ideas to keep dinner at home fresh and exciting. These trends are often credited for the growth of prepared-food departments during the economic downturn, and the popularity of programs like bundled meal ...
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