A useful experiment was undertaken at last week's Meat Marketing Conference, an experiment that vividly demonstrates how a meat department can be at the forefront of supermarket retailing's battle to win back consumer dollars now being captured by other classes of trade. As part of the meeting in Orlando, a Gooding's Supermarkets unit in nearby Hiawassee, Fla., was reset to demonstrate how a conventional meat case can be converted to a customer-driven meal-solutions center. The ...

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