Those of us who take a look at food retailing and how it's changing often describe the current time as one during which boundaries are vanishing: Wholesalers are becoming retailers, retailers are becoming restaurants, restaurants are becoming entertainment venues, and so on. And it's all true. But it's sometimes difficult to think about the different, but mutually dependent, ways in which this type of change is occurring. And that's true even though these ideas may find nearly weekly ...

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