LONDON -- Retailers and manufacturers will increasingly focus on customers, rather than on products, in the meal-solutions market as it approaches 2002, according to a study developed by global market research consultancy Datamonitor, based here. But, the study concluded, a current climate of hesitance among retailers and manufacturers to establish partnerships to develop meals programs, even in areas they consider important, may stymie their efforts at a crucial point. The report, "Meal ...

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