Retailers across the country are gearing up for the second annual 5-a-Day Week, which is expected to garner more promotional activity than last year's produce promotion campaign. The campaign, which is scheduled for Sept. 11 to 17, is designed to give retailers, suppliers and health officials a focused time period for promoting the 5-a-Day message to eat five or more servings of fruits and vegetables every day for better health. The week of activities is being coordinated by the Produce ...

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