DETROIT — A spate of bad press has led this city's independent grocers to join forces in a new initiative to promote themselves. Twenty-five stores and two wholesalers have established the Guaranteed Fresh Detroit Independent Grocers Initiative to drive business to their stores amid reports about out-of-date produce and unsanitary conditions at some supermarkets in the city. Those operators that say they have more stringent standards are signing up with the Guaranteed Fresh initiative to ...
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