ORLANDO, Fla. — Shoppers may be watching their food budgets closely, but there are still plenty of opportunities to build sales in a well-run produce department, a group of four produce managers said recently at the Produce Marketing Association's Annual Fresh Summit Show, held here. In a panel moderated by former retailer, consultant and business author Harold Lloyd, produce managers Sam Lawson of Rouses, Thibodaux, La.; Quinton Neely of Hen House Markets, a banner of Balls Food Stores, ...
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