HOUSTON — Driven by demand for convenient products, as well as a renewed consumer focus on healthy living, fresh-cut produce has become one of the fastest-growing categories in the produce department, according to data discussed here this month in a workshop presented by research firm the Perishables Group at the Produce Marketing Association's annual Fresh Summit convention. Fresh-cut produce, including all precut, ready-to-use fruits and vegetables, posted a 5.6% gain in dollar sales ...

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