Supermarket deli executives have resolved to bring convenience, variety and quality to the next level for 1994 -- and to make money doing it. There will be more emphasis on complete meals and on offering a larger selection of prepared entrees, including more items that are seen as healthy but also taste good, they told SN in interviews. Service, too, will be important, said most of the 10 retailers polled. Training deli staff to serve the customer better will be a major concern in 1994 for ...

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