Produce has always been an important component of any supermarket, for a number of good reasons. It's one of the few categories supermarkets can use to walk that fine line between quality and price. With few exceptions, prices have remained relatively stable over the past decades for the vast majority of commodity items. Even increases have come slowly. The department is also ideal for making a good first impression on shoppers, particularly in this era of fresh foods, when clean aisles and ...

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