As supermarket retailers edge toward offering their customers meal solutions, the first question to be asked and answered is a very simple one: How can a fresh-meal program best be sourced, assembled in-store and offered to consumers? That seemingly simple -- but quite vexing -- question is posed, and several answers are proposed, in this week's Supermarket News by means of a special report entitled "Fresh Meals Distribution Channel." The section was compiled and edited by Stephen Dowdell, ...
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