ST. LOUIS — Six percent more men and 5% fewer women are doing the primary grocery shopping for their household versus five years ago, according to consumer research from Schnuck Markets. Findings indicate that while men make more frequent stock-up and fill-in trips than women, female shoppers spend more money per excursion. Both sexes spend about the same over the course of a week. Women also invest more time in-store with the largest difference coming from routine trips, ...
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