WESTBOROUGH, Mass. — BJ’s Wholesale Club here has announced that its “Farm to Club” local produce program will be expanded to all of its 195 stores in the 15 states where the company operates. “As a buyer at BJ’s, I strive to provide the very best produce for members,” Rob Johnson, produce buyer for BJ’s Wholesale Club, said in a press announcement. “The Farm to Club program is very good for both the members who buy the local fruits ...

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