The slow evolution of citrus in the produce department — and some recent changes — have brought new opportunities for retailers, sources told SN.
Over the years, the citrus department has expanded greatly, said Brian Gibbons, produce and floral director at Farmington, Conn.-based Highland Park Market. It used to be stores only sold navel oranges and clementines.
“But people are really becoming educated, with a Cara Cara orange that I think is the best eating orange out
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