SUPERMARKET FRESH MEALS PROGRAMS have given consumers a good reason to eat at home. Not only can these meals be less expensive than restaurant food, they're just as convenient and, more important, have retained qualities like freshness and healthfulness that restaurant menus brag about. “We always try and make sure that healthy meals are part of the total product mix,” said Nancy Wingfield, director of foodservice at Ukrop's Super Markets, the Richmond, Va.-based chain well known for its ...

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