Downturn Drives Shoppers To Frozen Food Aisles With tighter budgets, consumers are eating out less. Many are trying to cut costs by buying more frozen meals at the supermarket. Nutritionists says these new eating habits are not as healthful as they could be.
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Downturn Drives Shoppers To Frozen Food Aisles

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Downturn Drives Shoppers To Frozen Food Aisles

Downturn Drives Shoppers To Frozen Food Aisles

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With tighter budgets, consumers are eating out less. Many are trying to cut costs by buying more frozen meals at the supermarket. Nutritionists says these new eating habits are not as healthful as they could be.

Curt Nickisch reports from member station WBUR.