WILLIAMSVILLE, N.Y. — Produce managers from Tops Friendly Markets’ 131 stores in New York and Pennsylvania toured local farms Wednesday to learn first-hand about the locally grown produce the retailer carries and prepare for the launch of its homegrown campaign. Produce managers from each Tops store toured Eden Valley Growers, one of the Buffalo areas largest growers’ consortiums, along with Amos Zittel & Sons, both of whom supply local produce sold in Tops stores. The campaign, which ...

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