MINNEAPOLIS -- Customers had a chance to ask Professor Produce about the mysteries of the garden, get the latest tips from the Master Gardener and sample greens picked fresh from the fields of local organic farmers during the grand reopening here of the Wedge Community Co-op, a single-unit food-retailing cooperative, after an extensive remodeling. The promotional activities served to highlight Wedge's remodeled produce department, which has doubled in size and now accommodates 2,000 square ...

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