SEATTLE -- Although large food manufacturers seem to be fiddling while retailers burn over lost meal solution revenue, small companies keep pitching in with new products. The latest entrant is Fusion Cuisine, a Seattle-based manufacturer of a line of fresh-cooked entrees with a 30- to 40-day shelf life manufactured with no preservatives, according to the company co-founder. Manufactured with production techniques similar to those used in the sous vide process, the entrees are prepared ...

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