NEW YORK -- Is service making a comeback in supermarket meat and seafood departments? After years of pursuing a mostly self-service format, a number of retailers contacted by SN say they're looking at a different future -- one that offers consumers a number of service-oriented features. Although introducing service for the first time -- or increasing the space allotted to it -- may seem the most obvious way to pursue this new direction, many retailers are finding other options to increase ...

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