Selling fruits and vegetables homegrown by the farmer down the road is turning into a regular cottage industry for retailers. Locally grown produce, properly promoted, benefits consumers, retailers and growers, according to produce executives. More and more produce executives are also realizing that buying locally plays well into their micromarketing goals. Accordingly, they are taking their marketing programs to new heights, such as placing the emphasis on individual farmers as their ...
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