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Consumers expect to spend more on groceries this year, but not split their dollars between distribution channels much differently than in the past year.And price continues to be a key factor in why consumers shop where they do.In the results of a national consumer survey conducted exclusively for Supermarket News by America's Research Group, Charleston, S.C., 34.6% of those polled said they expect

Consumers expect to spend more on groceries this year, but not split their dollars between distribution channels much differently than in the past year.

And price continues to be a key factor in why consumers shop where they do.

In the results of a national consumer survey conducted exclusively for Supermarket News by America's Research Group, Charleston, S.C., 34.6% of those polled said they expect to spend more on groceries overall during the coming year, while 59.3% expec

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