ROSEWELL, Ga. -- At Harry's Farmers Market, based here, produce is spelled with a capital "P." After all, Harry's fruit and vegetable selection has been the cornerstone of operations since the retailer opened more than 12 years ago. The oversized departments, stocked daily with mounds of fresh fruit and vegetables, are what Atlanta-area customers have come to expect from Harry's. The three megastores currently comprising the chain rely on these atypically sized sections for the bulk of ...

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