ST. CLAIRSVILLE, Ohio — Riesbeck's Food Markets is looking to grow its fresh herb sales. The independent is advertising a fresh herb each week in its ad circulars, and making handout literature about the featured herb available at the point of sale. “The supplier has a lot of these materials that tell the herb's history, how it's grown, how to use it, how you store it properly, and then there are some recipes, too,” said Paul Thompson, produce program director at the 15-unit, family-owned ...
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