NEW YORK -- Its growth rate may have slowed compared with last year, but the market for value-added fresh produce has still not hit its peak, according to an industry study newly released by FIND/SVP here. Heavy debates persist over how long the hotly competitive precut-salad business can continue to sustain its historically healthy growth. But in market research firm FIND/SVP's analysis, "The Market for Value-Added Fresh Produce," the precut market -- which encompasses items such as precut ...

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