Supermarket operators who consider their food-service offering to be an integrated unit, as opposed to being a number of individual items, are well on their way toward achieving satisfactory profitability. That's one of the major findings of a study presented at last month's Food Marketing Institute Midwinter Executive Conference. The study pointed out that in all likelihood, the present food-service methods used by supermarket operators are producing a loss on the activity. A detailed ...
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