Eliminating the 1.8%

June 2013
CSP;Jun2013, Vol. 24 Issue 8, p6
Trade Publication
The article discusses gains in the foodservice-at-retail industry. A forecast from The NPD Group indicates that prepared foods purchased at retail for at-home consumption will grow at a pace more than twice that expected for the restaurant industry overall by 2022. According to Technomic, supermarkets account for 68 percent of fresh prepared food sales compared to 20 percent from convenient stores. Consumers will also continue to increase their spend at foodservice-at-retail outlets.


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