Holiday dinners are earning a place for themselves at the table. Some supermarket chains started to get serious about selling prepared dinners for Thanksgiving and Christmas several years ago, but in many cases their programs have been accompanied by persistent growing pains. Now, holiday meal programs are beginning to hit their stride, said deli executives interviewed by SN. They said that they expect their latest program refinements to pay off with sales increases and better profits this ...

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