MINNEAPOLIS -- Lunds Food Stores here has added the whole meal concept to the Chickery counter, as the most notable of several consumer-oriented features in its new Carry-Out Cafe. Russell T. "Tres" Lund 3rd, president of the nine-unit independent, said he expects the addition of a whole meal program at the Chickery component to give Lunds' new cafe format an edge in the heated competition to provide home meal replacements among retailers and quick-service restaurants. A roster of hot and ...

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