CHICAGO -- Increased competition from home meal replacement operators is leading Harris Teeter, Charlotte, N.C., to test hot prepared foods and even to consider branded prepared foods merchandising. Harris Teeter is one of the industry leaders in producing and marketing its own high-quality, chef-prepared chilled foods, so the contemplated shift to hot foods and someone else's brand is particularly striking. Gianfranco DiCarlo, director of deli, bakery and food service for the 140-unit ...

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