CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Locally produced grocery items are finding their way onto center store shelves across the country. To call attention to these distinctive items, Harris Teeter here, six Safeway stores in Humboldt County, Calif., and the Eureka, Calif.-based Food Mart are promoting local manufacturers' products. During a recent week-long campaign, Harris Teeter promoted 14 dry grocery items, including Mt. Olive pickles, which sold for $1.99 a 16-ounce jar; several different varieties of ...

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