Retailers are trying harder than ever to make it easier for shoppers to pick and buy prepared foods out of the deli. Supermarket deli and food-service executives are experimenting with more product sizes, more variety and more than one place in the store to pick products up. They told SN that they are packing up a "meal of the day" for two into a neat package to make the daily decision of what to eat less taxing. Or they're breaking the meal packs down, pulling the side dishes away from ...

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