With shoppers demanding ever more convenience, and with supermarkets facing growing competition from fast-food and full-service restaurants, many retailers are stepping up their game and finding new ways to help shoppers put healthy meals together to cook — or just eat — at home.
“People just don't have the time to think about [making dinner] themselves right now, so if it's right there where they buy stuff, great,” said Jim Wisner, president of Wisner Marketing Group in Libertyville, Ill. ...
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