DALLAS — Conventional supermarkets are the primary choice of only 64% of shoppers — the lowest showing in years, according to Food Marketing Institute research — which should serve as a warning to retailers that they must adapt to “stunning changes” in consumer attitudes and technology, the president and chief executive officer of FMI cautioned. “Limits on our own experience often prevent us from truly grasping the world-shaping magnitude of ...

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