Supermarkets are putting home-meal replacement on the front burner this year with a lot of improvements planned for menus and systems. So said supermarket deli and food-service executives around the United States in interviews with SN as the holiday crunch abated and 1997 got under way. Most said they will add more chilled, self-service displays. All said they'll be listening more closely to their customers in several ways. Most notably, the retailers said they'll be tracking sales per ...
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