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The Fresh Market Inc., a growing specialty grocery retailer, will be exiting the California market. The stores will be closed to customers by March 31. The company also announced it will focus on growth opportunities in the eastern half of the United States, expecting to add nearly 20 stores this fiscal year. “After careful consideration of expected future cash flows, the long-term strategic importance of individual stores,... Read more

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If you’re a woman and you’re traveling through Miami International Airport on Friday, March 6, you’re likely to receive a free flower, according to a news release. The Miami-Dade Aviation Department is partnering with the flower importers who are a part of Globally Grown to hand out more than 20,000 fresh flowers to women throughout the airport in celebration... Read more

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St. Patrick’s Day dining with a modern twist
Royal Rose has teamed up with Catherine Fulvio — one of Ireland’s top culinary stars, an award-winning food writer, Irish food ambassador, TV chef and the proprietor of Ballyknocken House & Cookery School — to develop a modern twist on St. Patrick’s Day dining. The company now has a St. Patrick’s Day salad-themed carton for all the Royal Rose radicchio... Read more


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Veg-Fresh Farms hires Innocenti and Galindo
Corona, CA-based Veg-Fresh Farms announced the addition of Anthony Innocenti and Ryan Galindo to its team in order to help advance its Good Life Organic Produce brand. Innocenti brings more than 18 years of experience with a long emphasis on organics to Veg-Fresh. As the company’s new organic category... Read more


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SEPC goes back to the 1950s at gala
Car hops and ice cream shops, leather jackets and poodle skirts — was it really the Southeast Produce Council 2015 Southern Exposure fabulous Friday night gala at the Caribe Resort in Orlando, FL? Our Mary Blackmon found out that — despite some eyecatching outfits — these familiar names... Read more