SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- The California Department of Health Services is ringing in the new year by continuing a campaign dubbed California Project LEAN (Low-fat Eating for America Now), which uses supermarket aisles to teach its constituency about the importance of healthy eating. The goal of Project LEAN's retail program is to help consumers learn how to make healthy food choices. Through a joint effort with the Golden State's supermarket operators, the campaign promotes healthy, low-fat ...

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