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  • Back in the Sakanamachi for the first time since the tsunami, Yoshi Kameya, 43 years old, stood next to his cherry-red station wagon and stared down a lumpy lane of industrial rubble, seemingly stretching to the horizon, beneath which once ran the road to the frozen-food processor where he worked.

    Fishing Town Suffers, Caught in Waves' Wake

  • Meanwhile, Mr. Clarke wouldn't be drawn on whether Asda has made a bid for frozen-food retailer Iceland, the near 800-store chain being sold on behalf of failed Icelandic banks Landsbanki and Glitnir.

    Asda Bucks U.K. Retail Gloom

  • Standing near the rubble that used to be his frozen-food company, he pulled an iPhone out of his bright blue North Face jacket to flip through photos he had taken of the tsunami damage.

    Two Tsunamis

  • A fight between amateur mezzo soprano Marcella Caprario and fellow shopper Dr. Cathleen London in the frozen-food aisle of the Trader Joe's on the Upper West Side is set to hit Manhattan Criminal Court today....

    Pawlenty of Nothing

  • She interrupted a learned analysis of the ingredients in competing bags of tortellini in the frozen-food aisle she chose the one whose second ingredient was parmesan rather than bread crumbs, even though it was marginally more expensive to show me photos of the boys.

    Gaming the Groceries

  • Consider Nutrisystem or the Jenny Craig program — or simply use some of the low-calorie dinners in the frozen-food section of your supermarket.

    How to select a diet that suits your needs, lifestyle

  • Her family owned a frozen-food empire—“From vegetables to apple pie,” Isabelle had said when I first met her at a dinner party.

    Skipping a Beat

  • But you know, I think if Laura talks about using the frozen-food aisle as her runway one more time ...

    Lu of averages

  • Although Hain's Linda McCartney frozen-food line is performing well in the U.K., its sandwich business there is struggling, he said.

    Icahn Keeps Increasing Hain Celestial Stake

  • He was the first of the haute cuisine fraternity to devise frozen-food meals for conglomerates such as Nestl é, signing his first contract in 1976 with their mass-market label Findus.

    French Master Chef Reinvents His Art

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