Retailers are cultivating their deli self-service programs and are reaping benefits that go way beyond labor savings for them and convenience for their customers. By allotting more space to grab-and-go, merchandising aggressively and positioning impulse displays, they're making the case a one-stop shop for lunch or dinner by bolstering the sandwich category and adding variety; dedicating one person to oversee merchandising and restocking; and bringing everything together, from soup to ...

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