NEW YORK — The Food Channel, in its 10 Top Trends for 2013, predicts supermarkets will be hiring concierges. Pretty far up on the prediction list, at No. 5, is this: “The Rise of the Supermarket Concierge.” The prediction takes into account that supermarkets already employ executive chefs, offer cooking classes and have specialists “who can direct you to the best cheese, the best meats and the best baked goods.” “We began to see it a few years ...

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