Platelet-inhibiting purple grape juice? Aisle three. Nerve-calming green tea? Aisle seven. In response to consumers' desires to know more about the foods they eat, it seems that nearly every Center Store category is toning up these days with qualified health claims and more specific labeling. Some of the changes are mandated by government regulators -- like those pertaining to trans fats -- while others -- lutein in canned tomatoes or dried plum juice -- are voluntary, and avidly being ...

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