Where once it was unusual, packaging in the produce department is today a typical sight in most supermarkets. Now, new technology and customer preferences are leading to different varieties of produce being sold in packaging, while new types of packaging address issues of messaging and sustainability. “Packaging has come a long way, night and day, from where it used to be,” said Brian Gibbons, produce/floral director at Highland Park Market, Manchester, Conn. “Now ...

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