After years of trial with food courts, the supermarket industry is still deliberating. Many operators, both large and small, have launched some form of in-store food-service program, and many also continue to struggle, looking for the right strategy to make those programs work. (For a closer look at what four operators have been doing, see the accompanying stories about Wegmans, Harris Teeter, Riser Foods and Nelson's Market.) From supermarket giants such as Kroger Co. to fresh food ...

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