Produce and floral easily retained their crowns as the brightest and most exciting categories in the supermarket this year, with the industry-average, 4,000-square-foot department offering upwards of 600 items on any given day. The growth in large part has been spurred by a continuing influx of value-added and produce-related goods, ranging from bagged salad mixes to soy products. Smaller chains and independents are heavily investing in updating their produce and floral selections as a way ...

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