I know there's a bunch of us midwest folks who shop at Hy-Vee. Today I was in there grabbing some groceries and was looking at the pork stuff. Everything there that is prepacked is Hormel and all says that it's enhanced. Sometimes I'll grab it but mostly I'll buy it from the open case. I've always assumed this was fresh product that they cut in-house. So for the first time ever, as I was grabbing some pork chops, I asked the guy behind the counter if they were enhanced. He looked really confused. I explained that everything they had prepacked was solution enhanced Hormel product. He informed me that all their pork was Hormel. And as far as he knew, it was the same stuff that was packaged. So before I get really frustrated by calling them and never being able to talk to anyone that actually knows anything about the product other than how to weigh and package, does anybody know if this is true? Does Hormel have fresh product that is NOT enhanced? Now I don't know what I'm buying. I just assumed that because the packaged stuff states that it's enhanced, and the in the case does not have a sign, that it was not enhanced.