BATON ROUGE, La. -- Picadilly Cafeteria, based here, has followed its entry into supermarket food service with a test of chilled meal items in some stores. added a handful of chilled and frozen Picadilly-branded items. At present, the stores are testing refrigerated whole roast chickens, baked beans, potato salad, cole slaw and frozen crawfish ettouffe. Sales in the test markets so far have encouraged Picadilly officials to develop more home-meal replacement products soon for future ...

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