STUDY: CONCERNS ABOUT NUTRITION, FOOD HANDLING STAND OUT

MADISON, Wis. -- Consumers shopping the deli are hungry for nutrition information, and consider cleanliness and safe food handling important, according to a new study.Retailers, however, are not always in tune with what customers consider important, the research showed.The findings represent some changes from similar studies done in 1999 and 1994, said Rosita Thomas, president, Thomas Opinion Research,

MADISON, Wis. -- Consumers shopping the deli are hungry for nutrition information, and consider cleanliness and safe food handling important, according to a new study.

Retailers, however, are not always in tune with what customers consider important, the research showed.

The findings represent some changes from similar studies done in 1999 and 1994, said Rosita Thomas, president, Thomas Opinion Research, Manassas, Va., who conducted all three studies for the International Dair

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