Supermarket chains are adding space for premium frozen entrees to feed a heightened consumer appetite for higher-end items, frozen food buyers and merchandisers said. To make room for upscale products, a number of retailers are trimming their array of lower-priced to midpriced frozen dishes and reducing space for other slow-moving frozen items. "Dinners are still strong, but the biggest improvement has been the high-end, higher-priced entrees like Marie Callender's. Those have been selling ...

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