CLEVELAND -- Cleveland is not such an easy target anymore -- not for comedians, and not for retailers looking to muscle in on the produce turf guarded by its hometown supermarkets. The region is in resurgence, basking in the positive light given off by shiny new trophies like the Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Fame Museum and the American League champion Cleveland Indians. Northeastern Ohio, including the two urban centers of Cleveland and Akron, is a hotbed for competitive produce merchandising, ...

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