Two years ago, retail giant Wal-Mart created a stir when it announced it was moving into the organic foods market.
Today, the nation’s top grocery seller is highlighting its purchases of “locally grown” produce. While the company is touting the community benefits, buying local produce is also a way to cut the company’s growing fuel costs.

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