SECAUCUS, N.J. -- If supermarkets are to survive their battle with other food-service operators, they must learn to offer consumers total "meal solutions," said an industry consultant. "The consumer today is looking for meal solutions, and TV dinners just won't cut it anymore," said Brian Salus, president of Salus & Associates, a Midlothian, Va.-based consulting firm. "Although the frozen food section is alive and well, it is not growing to the extent, nor does it have the interest, ...
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