A KVATowned Food City store in Louisa Ky puts turnips at eye level so they stand out Many customers choose root vegetables to cook in their slow cookers
<p>A K-VA-T-owned Food City store in Louisa, Ky., puts turnips at eye level so they stand out. Many customers choose root vegetables to cook in their slow cookers.</p>

Supermarkets get back to their root vegetables

Retailers are building eye-catching displays of turnips and beets&nbsp; and rutabagas &mdash; and customers are buying more of them

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