Retailing: Don't bother to cook - The Economist

Retailing: Don't bother to cook

Retailing: Don't bother to cook - The Economist
Retailing: Don't bother to cook
Published Aug 21, 2004
512 words — Published Aug 21, 2004
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Changing palates and last-minute dining have revived the high street BUYING food in the high street might seem to make as little sense as grinding your own flour. For the past decade, shoppers have been going to buy their groceries (and...

  
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Food and drinks, Retail trade
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The Economist. "Retailing: Don't bother to cook" Aug 21, 2004. Alacra Store. Apr 24, 2017. <http://news.alacrastore.com/economist/Retailing-Don-t-bother-to-cook-EN_EN_MAIN_20040821T000000_0017>
  
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The Economist. (). Retailing: Don't bother to cook Aug 21, 2004. New York, NY: Alacra Store. Retrieved Apr 24, 2017 from <http://news.alacrastore.com/economist/Retailing-Don-t-bother-to-cook-EN_EN_MAIN_20040821T000000_0017>
  
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