The nation’s largest grocer said Monday it is making more changes in its operations, training and sourcing as it addresses concerns about the bananas, lettuce and other produce it sells.
Changes include delivering produce from farms to store shelves more quickly by purchasing fruits and vegetables directly from local growers. It’s also conducting independent weekly checks of the produce aisles at its more than, 3,400 Supercenters, Neighborhood Markets and Express stores.
Wal-Mart, based in Bentonville, Ark., said it also launched a produce training program for 70,000 associates, including store managers, that teaches them how to better handle fruits and vegetables.
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