WASHINGTON — Volume sales as well as dollar sales of berries, citrus fruits and avocados have been on the rise, research indicates. What's more, they're the only commodity fruits in supermarkets' Top 10 that showed increases in both dollar and volume sales the second quarter of this year compared to the same period a year earlier. Berries were up 10% in dollar sales and 2.7% in volume over the same period a year earlier. Citrus rose 12.3% in dollar sales and 0.4% in volume. Avocados were ...

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