Several retailers are taking their top performing prepared food programs into the New Year with tweaks, add-ons and expansions. In different regions of the country, supermarket retailers told SN their foodservice programs held up well this past year, and they’re looking forward to a successful year ahead. Some have chalked up double-digit increases in sales. Most attributed their foodservice success to paying attention to what customers want. That, they said, includes variety, ...

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