SURVEY: CONSUMERS QUICKLY FORGET PRICES

DALLAS -- Retailers could see higher profits if they raised prices on certain foods, a researcher said, after releasing the results of a new survey that shows most consumers would buy the same quantity of product even if the price was increased slightly.The survey results, unveiled at a seminar at the Annual Meat Conference here last week, showed many consumers quickly forget the prices of foods in

DALLAS -- Retailers could see higher profits if they raised prices on certain foods, a researcher said, after releasing the results of a new survey that shows most consumers would buy the same quantity of product even if the price was increased slightly.

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