Packaging is staging an encore performance in the supermarket produce department. Decades after its heyday ended in an avalanche of bulk merchandising, packaged fresh fruits and vegetables are making a comeback. This time around, though, the practice may have staying power, retailers and industry observers told SN. A combination of factors -- food safety and security, the quest for labor savings and the integration of organic produce, among them -- has led supermarkets to introduce more ...

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