ATLANTA -- How will supermarket and food-service executives adapt to the continued blurring of the border that separates the two industries? At fast-food chain Churchs Chicken, it means pushing for more home-meal replacement partnerships with such supermarket chains as Kroger Co., Cincinnati, and Fiesta Mart, Houston, where some Churchs' units already operate. At wholesale grocery distributor Supervalu, Minneapolis, it means developing a total food-service operation orientation and methods ...

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