DAYTON, Ohio — Dorothy Lane has changed the way it identifies locally produced foods and beverages. Rather than defining them as anything grown and/or produced within 250 miles of a Dorothy Lane store, as it's done in the past, the retailer has created new shelf signs that list the city closest to where the food originated. Signs also include a nickel-size “DLM Honestly Local” logo. The purpose of the new signs is to let shoppers see the location and decide for themselves if it's local, ...

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