Nobody wants to buy the soggy lettuce. With sales of many produce items dependent on impulse purchases, it’s no secret that customers are more likely to grab fresh, appealing fruits and vegetables over tired, wilted ones. Creative merchandising and proper care in the produce department can keep products in good condition and boost sales. While retailers can’t always control the supply chain and are sometimes limited by storage facilities, keeping a close eye on appropriate ...

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