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Turcsik, Richard
September 2000
Progressive Grocer;Sep2000, Vol. 79 Issue 9, p91
Trade Publication
Presents information on retail food services in the United States. Comparisons between in-store central commissaries and off-site commissaries; Efforts of Food Circus Super Markets to develop a central kitchen; Food preparation methods of some retailers.


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