From the low-carb craze to Subway's "Jared" ads, a number of unrelated developments have conspired in recent years to give deli departments a healthy diet seal of approval. Now, supermarkets are building on that reputation, highlighting their selections of low-sodium, low-fat and additive-free meats, and creating new prepared foods for health-conscious customers. "You're always going to have people who really aren't concerned about their diets, but at some point in most people's lives, ...

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