New bundled meal deals in foodservice departments offer restaurant-quality food at a competitive price. To compete with local quick-service or casual-dining restaurants, retailers have put together meal combinations with new dishes and varying portion sizes. “Bundling is a great way to reinforce that [Retailer Meal Solutions] can be a complete meal solution, not just a component,” said Jenny Anderson, director of the RMS monitor program for Technomic, a foodservice consulting ...

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