Avoiding the grocery store: A 30-day challenge
from Life Inc. via TODAY
The grocery store is dead. Long live the grocery store! A shining example of post-war success and convenience, supermarkets once were practically the only place most Americans went to shop for groceries. Today, we're all still buying groceries. We're just not buying them at the supermarket anymore. Last year, Americans bought only 51 percent of our groceries at traditional supermarkets, down from 66 percent just 11 years earlier, according to the Wall Street Journal. So, where are shoppers filling their carts if not at the local Safeway or Kroger?
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