LANDOVER, Md. -- Giant Food has -- literally -- rolled out roadside produce stands featuring locally grown fruits and vegetables. The summer-long promotion coincides with the height of the Mid-Atlantic region's harvest of cantaloupe, melon, sweet corn, tomatoes and similar items, all displayed in crates and bushel baskets outside of 23 Giant and Super G stores, according to Jamie Miller, company spokesman. The stands will remain open while supplies last. "We've really expanded what we're ...

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