Frequent shoppers

Heller, Walter
March 2003
Progressive Grocer;3/1/2003, Vol. 82 Issue 4, p82
Trade Publication
Presents the results of an annual consumer survey of nationally projectable Home Testing Institute households conducted for 'Progressive Grocer' magazine by Ipos-NPD in the U.S. Average number of trips made by a meat shopper to the supermarket; Rate of meat purchase by shoppers according to income brackets; Attitudes of meat consumers.


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