Restaurant sales growth is sluggish these days, but research company Technomic expects sales of prepared food in supermarkets to grow by 7 percent this year.As the eating public becomes more price-sensitive and supermarkets improve the food they’re selling, restaurants face a newly invigorated competitor. That was the topic of “Supermarkets Strike Back,” a panel discussion led by Nation’s Restaurant News executive food editor Pamela Parseghian.Parseghian reviewed demographic factors that ...

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