Convenience trumps everything in today's meals market, and retailers are doing their best to deliver it. The strategies for getting customers to think and say “meal” and “supermarket” in the same breath run the gamut, but there's no doubt many ideas have been borrowed from the food-service arena. Publix Super Markets certainly took a page from the restaurant world when it gave its curbside service its debut at a Fort Myers, Fla., store early in the summer. “For customers who are ...

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