Indiana farmers unsure about Walmart’s new produce plan – Indiana Public Media

 

Indiana Public Media reports on farmers’ reactions to Walmart’s new fresh produce plan:

“Parke County Produce Owner John Fisher sells pumpkins, squash, cucumbers, tomatoes and peppers to the retail giant. He already sells to Wal-Mart directly and says the benefits have been mixed.

“We probably get a 30 percent better price or more. But then we have the inconvenience of direct store deliveries, each store individually,” he says.”

Read the full story at Indiana Public Media.

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