ELIZABETH, N.J. -- Wakefern Food Corp. here is reporting enthusiastic consumer acceptance of a shelf-tag program designed to highlight the health benefits of grocery products in its stores. The program, called Nutri Guide, flags items that are low in calories, low in fat or cholesterol, very low in sodium or a source of fiber. It also includes an information booklet shoppers can take home and use as a reference. The program was introduced in all the wholesale-cooperative's member ShopRite ...

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