ATLANTA -- Harris Teeter has continued to nurture its food-service programs, even when profit is still way out of the picture for some of them. Staying power is essential to success for supermarket food service, said officials of the Charlotte, N.C.-based chain at the opening session of the Food Marketing Institute and National-American Wholesale Grocers' Association food-service conference, held here last week. The two executives from the 140-unit chain -- Joe George, senior vice ...

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