SEATTLE — Children are pushing produce sales at PCC Natural Markets here, through a Free Fruit for Kids program. Every child who visits one of the chain's eight stores can choose a free single serving of fruit or a vegetable. Fruit is the most popular, especially berries, but about 20% of the time the children choose vegetables, especially carrots, avocados and tomatoes. “This program gets kids to try something new,” said PCC spokeswoman Diana Crane. “And it makes kids want to come to PCC ...

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