High-traffic departments like meat and produce are prime real estate for meal solutions. Progressive retailers are capitalizing on this notion by cross-merchandising everything from proteins and vegetables to shelf-stable sides, spices and even serving platters. Most utilize endcaps throughout their stores when space becomes available. A select few, however, are going all out, offering in-store cooking demonstrations and sampling of featured meals, plus recipe cards that list every ...

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