When they enter the produce department, consumers expect to find fresh fruit that's ready to eat. As a result, retailers are going the extra mile to meet the growing demand for ripe fruit. Whether through ethylene pre-conditioning, newer technologies, better ordering, or simply closer relationships between buyers and growers, retailers that consistently offer produce that's ready to eat have found it gives them a distinct competitive advantage. "It is a challenge, but it's also a ...

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