From marinated chicken breasts and fish fillets to fully cooked pot roasts and stuffed pork chops, value-added meats have never been more plentiful in supermarket meat departments. The category is still young -- and there's ample room out there for more high-quality products, retailers and manufacturers told SN. Made in-store, or supplied by outside vendors, these new products offer consumers different stages of preparation, appealing to a wider demographic and all income groups. They are ...

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