MASSILLON, Ohio -- A Food 4 Less store here celebrated National Potato Lover's Month in a big way, by constructing a 30-ton display of Idaho potatoes that included special prices, cross merchandising with other departments and sampling sessions. The display, which store officials are calling a world's record, measured 20 feet by 30 feet and rose more than 15 feet into the air. According to Tim Miller, store manager, the entire display of 24 pallets, holding 10-pound bags of Idaho potatoes, ...

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