WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — Lowes Foods reported that it has exceeded its goal of selling 10% local produce as part of the North Carolina 10% Campaign. The retailer sourced more than 20% of its produce from in-state farms from May to August 2012. The NC 10% Campaign, which is a partnership of the Center for Environmental Farming Systems, NC State University, NC A&T University and the NC Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, encourages all state residents to spend 10% of ...

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