All bad things come to an end, which is good news for olive oil aficionados and grocery buyers alike, who are rejoicing over a bumper olive oil crop and better prices this year. "We've been told that the crop is much better and stronger. The yield is better, and we should see a softening in pricing," said Joe Cunnane, senior grocery buyer, Genuardi's Family Markets, Norristown, Pa. "We're expecting increased supply, in conjunction with more aggressive promotional activity." Droughts in the ...
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