5 March 1999
Its study, Where people shop in Great Britain, shows that last year 62% of women used town-centre supermarkets, compared with 54% in 1997. Men showed equal enthusiasm for the centre, as 67% of them used town-centre supermarkets, compared with 58% in 1997.
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