Retailers are eager to applaud the ascendancy of precut fruit as The Next Big Thing. But first, they'll have to put down their knives -- and for that, they're not quite so ready. In a roundtable discussion of the future of precut fruits and vegetables in the produce department, six retail produce executives made it clear that processors don't yet have prepackaged cut fruit in the bag. The retailers on SN's precut roundtable concluded that cut fruit as a concept has plenty going for it, but ...
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