CHICAGO -- Food service inside the supermarket is one of only two segments of the meals industry that won't suffer, but indeed will see increases in sales, as a result of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, according to a revised Technomic forecast released last week. Supermarket food service -- which in Technomic's definition includes chilled prepared foods, as well as those served hot -- is tapped for stronger growth now than it had been in Technomic's original 2002 forecast released in ...
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