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  • Frank Plucinski

    We could benefit gretly from this here in Jonesboro Arkansas. Every store be it a convenience store or a mega supermarket appears to be the personal property of Kraft, General Foods, Nabisco, etc. In the state that calls itself the 'Natural State', it is difficult to find anything to sate your appetite that is truly 'natural'.

  • Lara Rabinovitch

    I love this. I wonder how store owners are responding and if the produce is actually selling? Any studies tracking the effectiveness of this policy?