As the dog days of summer wind down, supermarket food service executives are making plans for their fall line-ups. Retailers contacted by SN said that, since summer is usually a slow period for supermarket food service, they've used the time to experiment with ways to capture more sales in the coming months. Seaway Food Town in Maumee, Ohio, is making a major commitment to Chinese food. "We just introduced Chinese food in all of our delis," said Pat Nowak, director of public relations and ...
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