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Lee's supports local farmers with farm-to-table produce

Farm-to-table produce at Lee's
Posted at 1:51 PM, Aug 24, 2022

Lee's Marketplace believes in supporting local farms whenever possible.

One of those is the Johnson Family Farm in Northern Utah.

Morgan went and talked to fourth generation farmer Kelby Johnson about the produce they supply to Lee's.

He says right now it's "go time" for the corn... they're picking it and shipping it to Lee's stores by the pallet.

In addition to that sweet, fresh corn, Johnson Farm also supplies Lee's with potatoes, onions, squash, pumpkins and watermelon.

That farm-to-table freshness is truly unique at Lee's. Often produce travels 1,500 miles before being consumed in some other stores.

Plus, when you buy local, you're supporting local.

And, at Lee's they have so many fresh, local veggies to choose from like green beans, beets, cabbage, tomatoes and more.

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