CVS, Starbucks highlight America’s love-hate relationship with sugar
- April 21, 2017
- Matt Harding, economics, via NBC News and MSN, April 21, 2017
Matthew Harding, associate professor of economics and statistics at the University of California - Irvine, said that a more diverse customer base and an influx of millennials — who are picky about what foods they eat, but not where they buy them — were challenging nontraditional food outlets like pharmacies and convenience stores.
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