LOUISA, Ky. — Food City launched its own version of an Easter egg hunt at its location here — one that called attention to its produce department. Produce manager Lequitte Perry, who is a recipient this year of one of the United Fresh Produce Association's Retail Produce Manager Awards, organized an apple hunt that received great reviews from children and their families. “The kids loved it, but so did the adults,” Perry said. “Each child had at least two or three people with them. Some ...

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