She talked some about the “local” trend, which she thinks is somewhat receding. “What we seek is quality and freshness, and by default, it may be local.” But the future may bring “local” back and better, she said. “More young people are getting into food, and growing it right. That’s good, but we’re probably 10 years away from having enough regional, really good stuff.” Read more: Lowes Food Surpasses Local Produce ...

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