LOS ANGELES -- California's Hispanic population, its fastest growing segment, is eating less and less produce each year. This has not only produce marketing implications, but health care implications too, state health officials say. In a move to combat the decline, a new 5-a-Day promotional program targeted at Hispanics is set to be launched Sept. 16 at a Los Angeles unit of Dublin, Calif.-based Lucky Stores. The launch coincides with national 5-a-Day Week, Sept. 11 to 17, and with the ...

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