WAYNE, N.J. -- Grand Union Co. here will bring its version of home meal replacement to the table in a big way this spring. After testing deli-prepared whole meals at 25 stores in two markets, the chain will roll the program out and broaden it into a meal replacement strategy that will encompass practically all its fresh food departments. The 230-unit chain's new strategy includes: The launch of a dinner-for-two program. Hot pizza by the slice and also by the whole pie, rolled out to all ...
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