What is the real America?

Weinstein, Steve
May 1997
Progressive Grocer;May97, Vol. 76 Issue 5, p99
Trade Publication
Provides information about the attitudes of consumers in buying the foods they needed in their everyday lives. Comments of some people from the retail industry about the attitudes of their consumers; Great differences that can test the mettle of retailers according to Robert Gewelb, executive vice president of Krasdale Foods; One secret of K.V. Mart's success in food retailing.


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