Supermarkets are hot for a bigger chunk of the fresh meals market -- and not surprisingly, food producers are quickly lining up for the chance to help them capture the prize. At venues such as this week's MealSolutions conference in Phoenix, convened by the Food Marketing Institute, the supermarket's meals supply pool is starting to coalesce. But it's a motley collection, diverse enough to include both local cottage industry caterers and huge national companies. The diversity goes beyond ...

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