With sales per square foot averaging just over $11 a week, floor space is precious in any conventional supermarket. Reserving even 15 feet for a demonstration kiosk isn't an easy decision. Yet, food retailers are embracing — once again — the idea that action stations designed around meal solutions are a sound investment. Demo programs have been slowly attracting renewed interest over the past several months, with an emphasis on convenience, speed and health. “They're located in the ...

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