ATLANTA -- The meals business in supermarkets and other food-service-related businesses will gravitate toward grab-and-go products to be eaten later, probably at home, predicts Ira Blumenthal, president of Co-Opportunities, a consulting and marketing firm based here. In an interview with SN, Blumenthal emphasized that consumers' lifestyles are increasingly hectic, that they want to eat quality food at home but don't have time to cook and that a growing variety of formats -- some very new -- ...
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