ATLANTA -- Food-service operators will likely bite deeper into supermarkets' prepared food sales in the future because they know food better and are more innovative. That's how Marcia L. Shurer, a food-service consultant and president of Culinary Connections, Boulder, Colo., described the challenge that supermarket chains face in the increasingly fierce competition for the food dollar during her presentation at the Supermarket Foodservice Conference here, jointly held by the Food Marketing ...
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