CHICAGO -- Most retailers know that shoppers are hungry for convenience when they walk into the store to buy their evening meal. The problem is, they've been slow to figure out how they can provide their customers with quick and easy meal solutions without taking inordinate risk. Food courts, it appears, may be one answer. According to Howard Solganik, president of Solganik & Associates, Dayton, Ohio, a supermarket food-service consulting firm, if supermarket companies don't start ...

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