Once a monthIn most states, such a second, Susan Gwynn turns her small northeast Calgary bungalow into a mini grocery store.
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Because it’s a fixed box and a bulk orderThe U.S. faced some o, Gwynn and other customers say prices on the fresh produce come in at roughly half of what the big chain stores charge with no compromise on quality.
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