BOULDER, Colo. — Sunflower Farmers Market expects to expand its local produce offerings at its newest location, and also ramp up its organic selection, officials said. Set to open in Roseville, Calif., on May 11, the 30,000-square-foot store is the company's 34th unit, and its first in California. “We're excited about breaking into the California market, especially the Northern California market,” Mike Krage, the chain's director of produce and floral, told SN. “Central Valley is the ...

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