As the temperature rises with the approach of the summer months, retail merchandising strategies in the produce department begin to heat up as well, and local farmers see an increase in demand for crops that go mostly unnoticed all winter, while shoppers search for refreshing flavors in the produce aisle to help keep themselves cool. According to retailers and others who spoke with SN, the summer produce shelves rely heavily on items that consumers associate with hot weather, local suppliers ...
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