To the parade of familiar products that are remaking themselves to lure foodies, add this unlikely entrant: the Hot Pocket.
The brand wants to ditch its decades-long reputation as a thawed-out brick of dough with machine-cut blocks of lunch meat. Instead, it wants the microwaveable turnovers to be taken seriously as a sandwich with street cred among gastronomes.
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