Larry's Markets is on a roll. The six-store, Seattle-based food retailer has been voted No. 1 in the Seattle area for produce quality, on an annual basis for the past 22 years. Larry's has translated that reputation into business results, its produce sales generating nearly twice the industry average. "The produce department in [the Bellevue, Wash.] store does 28% of that store's business," said Russ Ruby, vice president of sales and marketing, Larry's. "The industry average is probably ...

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