NEWARK, Del. -- The Produce for Better Health Foundation here released a new retail study that it said shows produce department sales are increased significantly by the 5 a Day produce promotion program. The study, using scan data from two sets of test stores, represents the first time that the quantifiable effects of the national program has been measured, said foundation officials. In a 12-week test period, produce dollar sales increased an average 8.8% at stores using a new promotion ...
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