NEW YORK -- The future of food retailing is filled with an array of marketing and merchandising changes that are likely to keep operators constantly on their toes, according to participants in SN's annual Financial Analysts' Roundtable here. y. To be successful, home-meal replacement products must be made in smaller quantities closer to the point of sale. The Internet has the capability of revolutionizing food retailing by expanding the kinds of out-of-box programs supermarkets can offer. ...

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