CHICAGO -- The ins and outs of getting more customers into supermarket food courts may have bred a whole new concept. A workshop on food court trends at the Food Marketing Institute's annual convention here opened the door on a fresh idea in food court design -- a prototype store format that enables customers to enter each station of a food court via an outside entrance, as well as from inside the store. The idea stirred particular interest among retailers who attended the workshop, who ...

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