SAN ANTONIO -- Deli departments beware. The people in produce don't want to let you take away any of their business now that consumers are flocking to value-added items like dips, spreads, salads and fruit cups, which could theoretically be sold either in the deli or the produce department. One small independent, Town & Country Thriftway, Bainbridge Island, Wash., has put a "produce deli" in its store as a way to take full advantage of the boom in value-added. This new twist on ...

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