Average store sales of fresh produce increased 4.8% to more than $47,000 per week, per store in 2013, according to United Fresh Produce Association’s FreshFacts on Retail 2013 Year in Review. CONNECT WITH SN ON TWITTER Follow @SN_News for updates throughout the day. Some produce categories fared even better. Weekly dollar sales of snacking value-added vegetables jumped 15%. Dollar sales of avocadoes rose 11.7% while volume climbed 10.3%. The top-selling vegetable category, ...

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