CHICAGO — Supermarkets and other food retailers have sharpened up their prepared food programs and are now competing successfully against restaurants, according to a recent study by food-service consulting group Technomic, based here. In fact, retailers — taking back a hefty share of meals sales from the food-service arena — will see their prepared food rings hit $25 billion by the end of this year. Technomic calls the findings both a wake-up call to food service and a big encouragement to ...
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