Where there's change, there's opportunity. And, as it turns out, Boston Market restaurants are changing in ways that could spell opportunity for supermarkets' home-meal replacement strategies. So let's take a look at what is going on at Boston Market. Boston Market has a problem, although maybe a good one to have: The restaurant's cafeteria-style front end simply doesn't lend itself to efficient service and customer movement, nor are the overhead menu boards quickly comprehensible. Worse ...

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