DAYTON, Ohio -- Hot food definitely has a place in supermarket delis. That is one of the findings from a survey of 27 deli executives representing 2,000 supermarkets conducted by Solganik & Associates, a supermarket consulting firm based here. "Contrary to what I may have thought in the past, hot food is not dying. It's just getting more focused and directed," said Howard Solganik, president of the firm. "It's alive and well and growing." He said rather than the hot food presentation ...

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