PHILADELPHIA — Due to an overload of nutrition information nowadays, consumers need simplicity and guidance about the right foods to buy to ensure their health and wellness. Giant Food Stores is doing its part to help shoppers with a comprehensive program in its stores, according to Tony Schiano, who last month retired as president and chief executive officer of the chain based in Carlisle, Pa. “We are there when pressures converge — at the shelf where the [purchase] decision is made,” he ...

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