BOSTON -- A group of consumers in the Northeast wants to redefine "drive-by." This group says it wishes supermarkets would offer call-ahead ordering of prepared meals and a drive-in window where the dinners could picked up. Better still, if the stores would deliver. The message, apparently, is that if supermarkets want to be in the meals-to-go business, they've got to make it convenient, and more convenient than they have been. Those are but a few of the opinions heard directly from the ...

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