Hannaford Bros.' produce departments have something in common with the local farms where its fruits and vegetables are grown: available space. The extra room makes highlighting the stories of local farmers a snap, since produce managers simply set up large, eye-catching easel signs beside items that are farm fresh. But that promotional approach isn't feasible elsewhere in the store — especially in grocery aisles where space comes at a premium, noted spokesman Michael Norton. “We don't ...
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