Let’s face it, we, as Blount Countians, are spoiled to the abundance of local fresh fruits and vegetables that will be served from our kitchens or in our neighborhood restaurants in the very near future. We can’t wait to enjoy a Blount County tomato sandwich dripping with mayo or eat fresh melons that were picked just hours ago. Vegetables will […]
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