Consumers Not 'Bored by Shopping,' PLMA Told

CHICAGO — Most food shoppers aren’t in a huge hurry to get in and out of the store. Instead, they will stay and browse. “Consumers aren’t bored or put off by the shopping process,” former Harris Teeter President Ned Dunn said in a presentation at the Private Label Manufacturers Association's annual trade show here, which kicked off Sunday and runs through today.

CHICAGO — Most food shoppers aren’t in a huge hurry to get in and out of the store. Instead, they will stay and browse.

“Consumers aren’t bored or put off by the shopping process,” former Harris Teeter President Ned Dunn said in a presentation at the Private Label Manufacturers Association's annual trade show here, which kicked off Sunday and runs through today. “That’s a far cry from what we heard years a

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