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|Title||The New York Times Grocery Research Workshop report: what is the attitude of women shoppers in grocery stores toward the display and arrangement of bakery goods products…|
|Library||Hagley Museum and Library|
|Copyright||Hagley Museum and Library|
|Date||Find out more about this year|
|Industry||Food and Drink; Retail and Wholesale|
|Commissioned by||DCA Food Industries, Inc.|
|Conducted by||Institute for Motivational Research, Inc.|
|Place||Croton-on-Hudson, New York|
|Company||Go to Business Biographies|
|Brand||New York Times|
|Method||Focus Group; Test; Interview; Questionnaire|
|Keywords||Go to Glossary|
Full title: The New York Times Grocery Research Workshop report: what is the attitude of women shoppers in grocery stores toward the display and arrangement of bakery goods products - the arrangement of each baker's display being shown as a separate unit, or a display by types of baked goods, irrespective of the individual baker?
Between 1961-1964, as part of an agreement with The New York Times, the Institute for Motivational Research, Inc. conducted a series of monthly consumer panel sessions with women readers of the newspaper. The subjects were asked to answer questions formulated by various advertising agencies with regards to the marketing and advertising of grocery products (i.e. package, price, company image, commercials and advertisements as well as the intrinsic qualities of the product itself). Following each workshop, the Institute prepared a confidential summary report for advertisers as well as public materials that placed the results of the study within the broad context of the market.
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