Gone are the irrelevant made-to-order omelettes, idling white-toqued chefs and unused carving stations. In today's supermarkets, the fresh meals department is all about portions, health and authenticity. Several factors are getting credit for what many see as the resurgence of a once-moribund section. The menu today is consumer-friendly, and initial indications are that shoppers like what they see — and taste. Publix Super Markets' current endeavors epitomize a lot of what's going on. On ...
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