WASHINGTON — Consumers’ increasing zeal for healthier eating apparently trumped watchful spending because a new report shows fresh produce sales up in both volume and dollars despite some higher prices at retail for the second quarter of this year. Fruits saw higher retail prices, but vegetables prices were down slightly, according to United Fresh Produce’s latest FreshFacts on Retail report produced by the Nielsen Perishables Group and sponsored by Del Monte Fresh ...

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