NEW YORK -- As demand for more convenient products grows, supermarket produce executives face a dilemma: how to provide packaged products while at the same time fostering the fresh image that's the hallmark of produce departments. Indeed, the growth of packaged products endangers the unique look-and-feel of produce departments, some industry observers believe. Others, however, say it's a trade-off that must be made in this era of consumer convenience. "There's an awful lot of plastic in ...
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