There’s no shortage of healthy kids’ snacks in supermarkets today, but prepared meals in deli and foodservice departments are another story. Industry experts say supermarkets are missing a major opportunity as only a select few savvy retailers have begun offering more nourishing prepared meal options for children. Some retailers have swapped out unwholesome edibles for better-for-you bites, such as a deli program at Lakeland, Fla.-based Publix Super Markets. “In our ...

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