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Copps Food Centers, Pick 'n Save to offer locally grown produce

8:14 PM, Aug. 16, 2013  |  Comments
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Roundy's Inc., which owns Copps Food Centers and Pick 'n Save, is partnering with the Wisconsin Food Hub Cooperative to provide local communities with locally grown produce in its Wisconsin market grocery stores, the Midwest grocer recently announced.

The Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection's Something from Wisconsin program will allow Roundy's to offer its customers locally grown produce, including fruits and vegetables, and market local farmers by posting photos and information on each farm, location and history in store, in print ads and online, according to a company news release.

Wisconsin Food Hub Cooperative's ability to transport the crops to various locations around the state gives small, local family farms the opportunity to sell their produce to large retailers and helps money flow back into the Wisconsin economy, according to the news release. The partnership represents the cooperative's first ever with a grocer.

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