MINNEAPOLIS — Supervalu here said last week it plans to roll out a new nutritional labeling program — called Nutrition IQ — to all its banners nationally during the first half of the year. The program is being introduced at the chain's 520 Albertsons stores in the West though March; this follows testing at 10 Albertsons in Southern California and 10 more in Utah and Wyoming since November, Haley Meyer, a company spokeswoman, told SN. Supervalu plans to expand the program to 800 more of its ...

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