NEW YORK -It goes without saying that offering fresh fruits and vegetables is essential to the profitability of any supermarket produce department. Perhaps more than ever before, though, sourcing a wide variety of fresh and ripe produce is absolutely critical. Retailers are working more closely with suppliers and distributors to get the freshest, tastiest fruits and vegetables into stores. Relationships with parties up and down the supply chain have evolved, the objective being to improve ...

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