CHICAGO -- Glen's Markets has a problem. But no one's complaining. The problem is customers of the Gaylord, Mich.-based chain are buying fresh-cut fruit faster than clerks can restock the cases. "The biggest problem we have in [our fresh-cut fruit] sections is keeping them full and maintaining them," said Jack Lanners, director of fresh fruits and vegetables for the 25-store chain. "The turnover has been tremendous." Lanners made his remarks during a seminar on precut produce at the 1994 ...

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