OAK BROOK, Ill. -- Both supermarkets and suppliers will have to change their thinking in order to succeed in the home-meal replacement arena, according to three executives from the food industry. A case in point: Dominick's Finer Foods, Northlake, Ill., is on the fifth incarnation of its prepared-foods program, and is learning how to sell fresh meat in a different way, according to Robert Mariano, president and chief executive officer of the chain. Supplier Fresh Express Farms, Salinas, ...
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