GREENWICH, Conn. -- Fresh Fields has come to Connecticut, prepared to feed time-hungry consumers looking for meals to take home or back to the office. The Rockville, Md.-based retailer has also come to educate them about the nutritional content of its fresh prepared foods, and is using scale-generated labels as the vehicle. The 15-unit chain, which has built its reputation on its organic produce and all-natural baked goods, appears to be doing a tremendous business with prepared entrees ...

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