DALLAS -- What does the consumer want? It's the question that plagues every department of every supermarket around the world. SN got a glimpse of what consumers here are asking for in the way of fresh produce, during a tour of area retailers hosted by the International Fresh-Cut Produce Association, Alexandria, Va. Deep in the heart of Texas, produce managers have found success by offering fresh-cut fruits and vegetables that are filling their customers' greatest desires -- maximum quality ...

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