LOUISA, Ky. — At a Food City store here, the produce department stood out at a Spring Fling Day held earlier this month. A Foodland unit just a mile down the road was closing up. “And we wanted to show people what we, so close by, have to offer,” Lequitte Perry, Food City produce manager, told SN. Perry and front-end manager Cheryl Gowan offered samples of cantaloupe and strawberries all afternoon at a table at the start of the traffic pattern and the produce aisle. Cantaloupes on stacked ...
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