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    Produce in Longview

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    Business Listing   Cox Media - Longview, TX - Phone: (903) 234-8606

    Business Listing   DVD Memories - Longview, TX - Phone: (903) 297-2323

    Business Listing   Dvdm Media - Longview, TX - Phone: (903) 297-6363

    Business Listing   Gilmore Bill - Longview, TX - Phone: (903) 759-8565

    Business Listing   Joysound Music Studio - Longview, TX - Phone: (903) 759-5231

    Business Listing   KLTV Channel 7 - Longview, TX - Phone: (903) 757-5588

    Business Listing   Media Quest of East Texas - Longview, TX - Phone: (903) 753-6555

    Business Listing   On Top Enterainment - Longview, TX - Phone: (903) 291-8007

    Business Listing   Patterson Johnny & Kelli - Longview, TX - Phone: (903) 759-0528

    Business Listing   Pro Communication Network - Longview, TX - Phone: (903) 240-4613

    Business Listing   Somma Music & Recording Studio - Longview, TX - Phone: (903) 753-8780

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    Helpful Definition for: Produce

    The term 'produce' implies that the products are fresh and generally in the same state as and where they were harvested; that is, 'produce' is the main product sold by greengrocers, and are available in farmers' markets and fruit markets in Longview.

    Since many fruits and vegetables are eaten raw, everyone, from farmer to retailer, works diligently to protect these foods from contamination through the various stages of production, manufacturing, processing, handling, transportation, sales and consumption.

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