GAYLORD, Mich. -- Glen's Markets here sold 10 times as many navel oranges as it did the same week a year ago in a "Truckload Orange Sale" earlier this month. The promotion, which featured a half-case of fancy, seedless navel oranges for $3.98 and individual navel oranges for 10 cents each, went extremely well, according to Jack Lanners, director of fresh fruit and vegetables for the 25-unit chain. He moved 10,000 half cases during the event. "We're just ecstatic about the whole promotion," ...

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