CHICAGO -- If you think bigger is always better, take a look at Potash Bros.' new, automatic, meat-wrapping machine, which the 52-year-old operation here has installed in one of its two stores. The machine, the Solo Prima packaging system, from Mettler Toledo, Columbus, Ohio, takes up just 10 square feet, fitting much more neatly into Potash's low-volume meat room than the 30-year-old unit it replaced. That machine, which employed a conveyor belt, occupied about one-quarter of the room, ...

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