ROCHESTER, N.Y. -- Wegmans Food Markets here will add two more items to its growing line of canned and frozen vegetables cultivated with a minimum amount of pesticides. Canned beets and frozen and canned carrots grown under an Integrated Pest Management program will make their debut in April, said William Pool, corporate manager of food safety and regulation at Wegmans. IPM canned and frozen beans and canned sauerkraut will be available later this year. While additional items are planned ...

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