RALEIGH, N.C. -- Sales of regional items like barbecue sauces are smokin' at various Winn-Dixie stores, as a result of a partnership with the North Carolina Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services. Sales of the featured products have "steadily increased" since four-foot endcaps -- signed "Goodness Grows in North Carolina" -- were incorporated into many of the grocer's units in late summer, according to Jeff Camden, retail marketing specialist at the NCDA&CS. "This gives us a ...

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