TAMPA, Fla. -- Supermarkets can recapture meal-solution dollars by effectively merchandising Center Store products in a grocery-based assembly center, a test conducted at Dick's Supermarket has shown. "As people cook less and less we are developing a generation of shoppers who simply don't have the cooking skills that our mothers had, and this diminished skill base is directly impacting our sales from the Center Store," said Ken Robb, senior vice president of marketing at Brodbeck ...

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