MOUNT PLEASANT, Utah -- Terrel's Thriftway hit the jackpot with a Five A Day bingo game that pushed its produce sales up by 10%, officials told SN. The game, designed by Toy Box Creations and endorsed by the Five A Day for Better Health Foundation, Newark, Del., was originally aimed at children, though adults comprised the majority of players, said Randy Stephens, produce manager for the single-unit independent. He added that the promotion was a winner all the way around. "The toy company ...

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