CINCINNATI -- A Kroger unit here is slated to be a test site for a meal-solutions concept that cross merchandises items from Center Store with those from other departments. If successful, the program will become the prototype for an independent meal-solutions department in other supermarkets, according to Mark Willis, vice president of Tyson Foods, Springdale, Ark., a sponsor of the concept. A Kroger store in Dallas is planned to be the next unit to feature the prototype. The center, ...
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