LAS VEGAS — Supermarkets must pay attention to the changes consumers are making in their grocery shopping habits during the current recession, because those changes are likely to become the new norms when the economy recovers, speakers here told a general session audience at the National Grocers Association annual convention last week. “People will think differently and exhibit different behaviors after this economic cycle,” Michael D. Capellas, chairman and chief executive officer of First ...

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