VIDALIA, Ga. — Mountains of Vidalia onions rising to the ceiling; a handmade sign in the shape of an onion, 4 feet high, with raffia roots; a grill top surrealistically emerging from a giant bulk display — they all characterize the creative ways in which retailers are showcasing the famous sweet onions from south Georgia, officials at the Vidalia Onion Committee told SN. They were describing entries in a display contest the committee launched in early summer, just as the Vidalia onion ...

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