BOISE, Idaho -- Albertsons is reaching back into the cartoon archives to promote fresh fruits and vegetables to a new generation of kids at more than a thousand stores throughout the country. The lobby areas at three large-lot Northern California Albertsons stores hosted a gang of animated characters that 30-something parents became acquainted with on Saturday mornings when they were growing up. According to a company source, the events in Watsonville, Roseville and San Leandro attracted ...

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