STEVENS POINT, Wis. -- Three units of Copps Corporation took first, second and third places in a produce-display contest that boosted sales of a premium-priced specialty item and reinforced the value of product sampling. The contest centered on donut peaches, a direct descendant of the Chinese flat peach variety called peento. They are flat and round and drawn in at the center with a pit the size of a pistachio nut. They are grown for contest sponsor Frieda's, Los Alamitos, Calif., in ...

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