ALBANY, Calif. -- Andronico's Market here has implemented Food Labeling and Nutritional Information, a program to help its environment- and health-conscious consumers shop its stores more easily. "We have a consuming base that looks for this type of thing, that really appreciates and responds to something that's offered along these lines," said Bill Andronico, president of the six-store independent. "What we're really trying to do here is create a service that creates an environment of ...
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