Water snobbery may be coming to the supermarket produce department. Just as thirsty consumers are shunning tap water for purer, healthier bottled versions, some supermarkets are starting to re-evaluate the quality of the water they use to mist the "wet" vegetable area of the produce rack. While Perrier won't be coursing through produce department misting systems, water that's been specially treated to head off microbiological contamination and even enhance overall product quality may well ...

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