After a grocery store closed in Crawford County, Dan Hudson decided to start selling extra produce at the barbecue restaurant he owns. He gets the fruits... With no grocery store, rural Georgia restaurant owner steps in

After a grocery store closed in Crawford County, Dan Hudson decided to start selling extra produce at the barbecue restaurant he owns. He gets the fruits and vegetables from a wholesaler and said he sells them for just a little profit. Lettuce, tomatoes, onions, cucumbers, bell peppers, mushrooms and lemons are some of the fresh produce Hudson offers.

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