TORONTO -- Value-added salads and vegetables have taken American supermarkets by storm, but in Canada the attitude toward them is cooler. Scratch cooking is still a cherished part of the culture north of the U.S. border, and value-added has not swept through supermarket produce departments in Canada, according to several retailers here who opened their doors to the Produce Marketing Association's annual retail operations tour. The tour visited stores in this market operated by Loblaw's, ...

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