BETHPAGE, N.Y. -- As a sign of its commitment to the "Grown on Long Island" campaign, King Kullen recently rolled out an assortment of locally harvested asparagus, spinach and bagged lettuce, with more locally grown produce scheduled for distribution to its stores in the coming months. This season marks the fifth year of the collaboration between King Kullen, Harbor View Foods, Port Jefferson, N.Y., and the Long Island Farm Bureau to promote and sell locally grown produce, said Joe Gergela, ...

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