WILLIAMSVILLE, N.Y. — Tops Friendly Markets here is preparing to launch a new “Homegrown” campaign highlighting local farmers, and the company got things started recently by organizing farm visits for produce managers from all 131 of its stores in New York and Pennsylvania. Produce from local farms is already on shelves at Tops, and the retailer is adding to it daily. Peak availability for local items will be in the beginning of July, when the campaign is officially launched, according to ...

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