All three stores added designated Blue Zones checkout lanes, which replace the traditional candy items with fruit, nuts and other healthy snacks and ensure all beverage coolers contain water. The stores also showcased Blue Zones approved products throughout the store with shelf talkers and product lists, and designated Blue Zones parking spaces, which are farther from the store entrance to encourage exercise. Comer said Hy-Vee’s Blue Zones stores had been working on certification ...

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