DALLAS — The percentage of U.S. consumers that switched away from their primary grocery store in an effort to save money doubled during 2010, according to the sixth annual “Power of Meat” report, presented here at the Annual Meat Conference, a production of the American Meat Institute and Food Marketing Institute. (See more about the study here.) “In a regular year, when the economy is normal, about 3% of people switch primary stores,” said Anne-Marie Roerink, principal of market research ...
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