Supermarket food service is emerging from its infancy, but it still hasn't gotten over its growing pains. Retailers large and small are continuing to evaluate whether they should roll out fast-food brands in food court settings or lease out space to local restaurants. Others are working to perfect in-house food-service programs and trying to figure out how to make them turn a profit. There is one regional chain, Wegmans Food Markets, Rochester, N.Y., that is keeping a particularly steady ...

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