Supermarkets weren't the only industry segment who spent the year rethinking the fresh-meals business -- Foodini's and the unit of EatZi's inside Macy's in New York -- threw in the apron. And then a former Wal-Mart executive launched another meals concept store -- the Market at Pinnacle Point. d by the need to make more of a long-term investment to propel the idea to permanent success. Foodini's had offered hot prepared foods from a service counter but emphasized chilled, prepared entrees ...

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