ELMWOOD PARK, N.J. — Consumers seeking to save money on meals away from home are giving more consideration to foodservice offerings at supermarkets, an executive of a research firm said yesterday during a webinar sponsored by The Food Institute here. “Consumers want to save money,” Kevin Higar, a senior manager with Technomic, Chicago, said, and as they reduce their visits to full-service and even limited-service restaurants, more of them are looking to supermarkets for meal solutions. “They ...

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