SpartanNash is teaming up with non-profit organization Fair Food Network on an incentive program that will make local produce easier for Michigan’s low-income families to buy. “SpartanNash is extremely excited to be a part of this program,” said Brian Haaraoja, VP of fresh merchandising for the Grand Rapids, Mich.-based retailer. “It fits perfectly into our initiative for health and wellness.” Haaraoja and Oran Hesterman, president and CEO for the Fair Food ...

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