Produce clerk Frank Duenas arranges vegetables at the Ralph's grocery store in downtown Los Angeles. This year’s survey of customer feedback gives insight on what shoppers look for in supermarkets.
Produce clerk Frank Duenas arranges vegetables at the Ralph's grocery store in downtown Los Angeles. This year’s survey of customer feedback gives insight on what shoppers look for in supermarkets. Wally Skalij TNS
Produce clerk Frank Duenas arranges vegetables at the Ralph's grocery store in downtown Los Angeles. This year’s survey of customer feedback gives insight on what shoppers look for in supermarkets. Wally Skalij TNS

Grocery shopping at night? Customers say stores need to step up their game

November 03, 2016 05:15 PM

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