CHICAGO -- Supermarkets already have everything they need to successfully implement and run a fresh-meals program, without having to hire specialized labor or invest in expensive equipment, said an industry consultant during a seminar on meal solutions at the annual Food Marketing Institute show here. George Chirtea, a retired supermarket and wholesale-grocery executive, said that retailers can avoid the pitfalls associated with running an in-store restaurant operation by simply organizing ...

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