Those little packages of vegetables -- the precut or value-added salad mixes -- started out quietly in Europe several years ago, and in recent years have been establishing themselves more and more in American supermarkets. By now, there can be little doubt that precut is winning an important place in the scheme of things at supermarket produce departments. But how important a place will precut eventually occupy and what are some of the challenges involved in making sure the category ...

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