Supermarkets big and little are taking new interest in the role deli salads can play in sharpening their fresh image, setting them apart in the marketplace, and pushing up the bottom line. They're giving them more space, adding zest to displays, creating sourcing efficiencies -- and they're telling consumers about their salads in new ways. These days, sundried tomato/four-grain salad is apt to vie with Thai peanut linguine for attention in the service case, while the pale trio of standard ...

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