It's not often that Supermarket News profiles a company with little connection to the conventional food-distribution industry, but this is such a week. As the reference box on Page 1 shows, we're profiling the restaurant and takeout chain Boston Market, a company much-mentioned in supermarket circles as one that is quickly emerging as a direct and serious competitor. Here's a slightly overstated backgrounder on what's happening: It's only when there is no economical or otherwise ...

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