Improved presentation, more ad space, expanded grab-and-go options and enhanced variety are just a few of the ways that retailers are making it easy for customers to think about choosing store-prepared foods for meals at home. And, despite the floundering economy, such actions in most cases have helped keep sales stabilized or growing — albeit slowly. It's a tough row to hoe as the recession leaves its mark, but retailers told SN they're currying the category and have ...

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