BELLEVUE, Wash. — Supermarkets rate high with consumers as places to buy local products, recent research shows, and that presents opportunity, Hartman Group officials said. In fact, 62% of consumer respondents in a recent Hartman study named their local grocery store as the place where they frequently buy local products. Farmers' markets were named by 61%. By contrast, only 20% named health food stores. Since consumers already feel they're buying local products at their supermarkets, that ...
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