Not-so-strange bedfellows

Dorgan, Tim
September 1997
Progressive Grocer;Sep97, Vol. 76 Issue 9, p83
Trade Publication
Focuses on the increasing numbers of time-starved, idea-starved consumers from the bond between two emerging grocery trends. Four tasks of consumers; Information on the two emerging grocery trend; How the two trends can help solve consumer problems.


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