One of the most relevant questions to pose in this business environment is the big one about the future of food retailing as we know it: Will the future include stores that offer a wide variety of products to which customers come and pick what they like -- stores as we know them today? Why ask now if the model of food retailing has the punch it needs to be viable well into the future? The reason is that various delivery models are cropping up that could take much of the shelf-stable side of ...

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