Sizzling sales of stir-frys, blends and other vegetable mixtures are offsetting sluggish results among commodity vegetables, helping the embattled frozens aisle hold its own. These latest attempts to pump up the convenience aspects of mixed vegetables with meal kits apparently have struck a chord with consumers, said retailers, some of whom noted that each meal kit sold means one home meal replacement that isn't bought elsewhere. Retailers, who ordinarily balk at squeezing products into ...

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