PHOENIX — Two key trends in the food industry, collaboration and health, came together last week in the launch of a major new labeling initiative here. The program, an industrywide voluntary front-of-pack nutrition labeling program, underscored how retailers and suppliers are attempting to move quickly to educate consumers and address growing concerns about obesity. But it also showed how trading partners are crossing traditional boundaries to work more closely together on select projects. ...

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