The small state packs a big punch in produce production.
As Michigan’s produce harvest begins, retailers can promote fresh, local flavor and save on transportation.
Demand remains robust as consumers venture out post-lockdown, especially for healthy, snackable mandarins.
Legendary sweet onions help produce department sales sizzle.
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