Wal-Mart aims to focus on produce

Wal-Mart stores have fewer employees than they did before the recession hit, and managers report complaints from customers that produce and other food sections aren't staying stocked with fresh selections. The retailer says its stores are adequately staffed, and it's implementing new inventory and signage systems aimed at helping workers determine which items are fresh.

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