HARRIS TEETER REVAMPS FRESH-FOODS PROGRAM

MATTHEWS, N.C. -- Harris Teeter, who led the supermarket industry in the creation of in-store theater in the prepared foods department, has hired a professional chef to reinvigorate the meals program at select stores, emphasizing greater variety in prepared foods, more foods with ethnic appeal, greater service and more active salesmanship.The retailer hired Philip Anderson, who trained at the Culinary

MATTHEWS, N.C. -- Harris Teeter, who led the supermarket industry in the creation of in-store theater in the prepared foods department, has hired a professional chef to reinvigorate the meals program at select stores, emphasizing greater variety in prepared foods, more foods with ethnic appeal, greater service and more active salesmanship.

The retailer hired Philip Anderson, who trained at the Culinary Institute of America, and is responsible for rolling out the new program at 44 of t

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