A game called “Let's Pack All-Star Snacks” gets children involved in the Hannaford Bros.' Guiding Stars storewide nutrition navigation system. Youngsters can go to the Scarborough, Maine-based retailer's website and print out a page consisting of a suitcase filled with various foods and beverages. They are asked to circle the foods that have Guiding Stars, the retailer's shelf-labeling program that rates products with one, two or three stars, depending on their nutrition value. With ...

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