Entrees with one food sell better than those containing two foods, according to ACNielsen. Total one-food entrees increased 14.8% in dollar sales for the year ended Sept. 4, compared with a drop of 0.6% for two-food entrees. ared with Italian (up 6.5%), meat (up 7.6%), Mexican (up 7.9%), poultry (up 14%) and seafood (up 1.4%). Information Resources, Inc., Chicago, pegs the total frozen-entree category at $4.2 billion as of July 18, 1999, a gain of 12% over the prior year, and says unit ...

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