CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Being a good, even a very good, supermarket prepared foods purveyor is not good enough anymore for Harris Teeter, according to senior executives at the company, based here. The chain -- known for high-quality products and for setting trends in supermarket prepared foods -- is making a major new commitment to fresh meals marketing by adopting sophisticated operational tools and recruiting high-level management talent from the traditional food-service industry. Harris ...
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