BELLINGHAM, Wash. (FNS) -- Haggen's Top Food & Drug formatted units here spurred end-of-summer produce sales recently with a specially advertised sale. The limited-time event was promoted through in-store signs and banners. Additionally the operator used a band around its weekly circular to draw attention to the sale, which was held over three days -- Thursday, Friday and Saturday. mple, seven varieties of plums were featured at 79 cents per pound. Cucumbers and green peppers were also ...

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