They're back from vacation and summer camps -- and back to work and school. As consumers return to their normal family routines after a summer of barbecues and travel, retailers are welcoming them with a number of meal options in every fresh-foods department. Much of the activity is centered in produce, where the growth of value-added convenience items has helped boost department profits and visibility, according to retailers and industry experts interviewed by SN. It's a perfect showcase ...
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