The supermarket industry won't become a serious player in the fresh meals business without first learning how to build new types of relationships, say a trio of industry consultants who have walked many miles in retail shoes. The four consultants interviewed by SN, each former high-profile, retail prepared-food executives, agree that change must come, both to the supermarket chain's hierarchy, and to its relations with manufacturers. "As far as these relationships are concerned, they have ...

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