WAKEFIELD, R.I. -- Relying on local growers to supply most of its fresh produce and sticking to high-quality standards have made Belmont Market's produce department a standout in the region. Described as an upscale store without the upscale prices, the 32,000-square-foot supermarket dedicates 6,000 square feet to fresh fruits and vegetables. The store is designed so that shoppers enter through the floral department. From there, the store opens up to a dramatically lit, richly colored ...

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