GREENACRES, Wash. -- Tidyman's here is helping its shoppers "See the Light," literally, when it comes to making healthy food choices. See the Light is the 10-store independent's new nutritional education program, which uses trademarked traffic light shelf tags -- called "FATsignals" -- to quickly flag the fat content of each grocery product to consumers. The See the Light program uses the traffic signal symbol to group products according to their nutritional characteristics. For instance, ...
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