CHICAGO — Technomic Inc., a consulting and marketing firm that works with the food-service industry, will launch a study of supermarket meals programs this spring, partly in an effort to determine how restaurant and food-service suppliers could be more effective at meeting the needs of today's growing high-quality prepared foods departments. Crowded by competition from various venues on all sides, retailers are taking a close look at their meal solutions programs with an eye toward updating ...
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