LANDOVER, Md. -- Giant Food here has trained its 550 pharmacists about, among other topics, vitamin supplements and the effects of popular herbals, according to print ads run in the Baltimore Sun and the Washington Post. "Our pharmacists recently completed courses on vitamins and herbals," stated the full-page Post ad, which ran last month. "As part of these courses, they received extensive training on things like antioxidants, vitamin supplements and nutrition, and the effects of popular ...

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