CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- As part of a chainwide revamping of its rotisserie chicken program, Harris Teeter here has begun pricing its rotisserie chickens by the each instead of by the pound. It is a step that industry observers have said retailers should take in order to compete better with the likes of Boston Market, Kenny Rogers and other restaurant chains that offer takeout meals built around roasted chickens. The goal is to get "more restaurant-like" and thus more directly comparable to those ...
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