Supermarket meat departments looking to live high off the hog should try their hands at merchandising more glazed and spiral-sliced hams. Once a regional specialty bought mainly for special occasions, the crunchy, crusty and sweet hams are more frequently becoming standard fare during holidays and special events across the country. And with the added convenience of spiral slicing, which allows the meat to fall off the bone, the value-added hams are an ideal main course for buffet dinners, ...

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