NEW YORK -- Total sales in the combined supermarket/restaurant home-meal replacement market will surpass $85 billion by the end of 1997, and will surge past $109 billion by 2002, according to projections made in a recently released report on the category. $13.7 billion for 1997, will reach nearly $22 billion by 2002, according to the report. By then, the annual growth rate in supermarket prepared-food sales of about 10% will bring the supermarket industry's share to almost 20% of the ...
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