SEATTLE -- Queen Anne Thriftway and Admiral Thriftway Stores here are celebrating "the perfect peach" this week and expect to sell tons of the signature fruit. The peaches, which just got their send-off, are grown, harvested and handled to the retailer's specifications, said Rich Zegil, produce specialist for the three-unit independent. "As a result, they're like the peaches we used to eat when we were kids. Juicy and sweet. Like none you can get anywhere else nowadays. We feature them in ...
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