CINCINNATI — Bigg's supermarket chain, supporting a "buy local" movement, offered a free tasting of Ohio-produced foods at one of its Cincinnati stores last Thursday. The foods included meats, cheese, soups, sauces and nuts, as well as other items bearing an "Ohio Proud" logo, which signifies participation in an Ohio Department of Agriculture program to promote products grown in the state. For products with multiple ingredients, 50% of the ingredients must be Ohio-grown to warrant the "Ohio ...
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