CHICAGO -- Home-meal replacement programs should incorporate not only fresh food, but also Center Store products, a consultant said at the Private Label Manufacturers Association show here. "Supermarket food service is not just deli and produce, it covers all perishables and it involves dry grocery and frozen," Howard Solganik, president of Solganik & Associates, Dayton, Ohio, said at a seminar entitled "Home-Meal Replacement: An Opportunity for Private Label." Solganik said some ...

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