It's been heralded as the next "big thing" in the supermarket fresh produce department. Ever since bagged salads took off and never looked back, rendering heads of Iceberg lettuce a virtual specialty item, fresh-cut fruit has been viewed as the heir to the throne. Years later, though, fresh-cut fruit on a mass-produced scale remains largely a "next-generation" concept. But, oh, what promise it holds. The fresh-cut industry, at least, makes a pretty convincing case for what displays full of ...
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