Seattle — Produce was the key department featured in Top Food & Drug's spotlight on local growers and producers this past month. With a strong supporting cast, including all the other perishable departments, this educational program gave customers a sense of the depth of offerings the chain brings them that originate in the states of Washington and Oregon. In the produce department, items on the racks and on display in the center of the department are called out with special “NW ...

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