SALT LAKE CITY -- Following the lead of its corporate parent, Fred Meyer Inc., Smith's Food & Drug Centers here is poised to begin installing expanded nutrition departments at a number of its stores. Plans are not final, but the new departments, including vitamins, herbal supplements and sports nutrition products, will contain "upwards of 700 to 1,000 stockkeeping units," or one and half times what the chain currently devotes to these items, said Bill Robbs, associate brand manager at ...
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