ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- Busch's here has put everything together for dinner with the launch of whole meals in dual-ovenable, three-compartment containers. The program features 15 to 20 meal varieties, displayed in low-profile, tiered cases. The company had previously displayed meal components -- entrees, side dishes and desserts -- there and still does. But Busch's decided to add complete meals in order to give customers more choice and more convenience, said Elton Reid, director of ...

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