Convenience-food segment is getting warmer

07/26/2010 | Drug Store News

The market for fresh convenience foods increased 5% in 2009, according to a study by Packaged Facts. Most fresh convenience foods, defined as ready-to-eat or requiring minimal preparation, are sold at supermarkets and grocery stores, followed by supercenters and mass merchandisers, says the report.

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