EATON, Ohio -- Hot foods have a solid future in the supermarket, with a majority of operators planning to expand their hot-food programs, a recent survey shows. Customers, however, will increasingly be asked to help themselves. Most respondents in a poll of retailers see more self-service merchandising of hot foods on the horizon. While nearly 53% of those surveyed indicated that 75% of their hot foods are now displayed in a service case, most predicted an increased -- or total -- ...

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