LAS VEGAS — VG's Food Centers plans to expand its “Health Connection” nutritional labeling program to encompass its homemade recipes in the next few months, Nick Lenzi, the chain's director of merchandising, told a workshop audience here at the National Grocers Association's annual convention.
The program, launched last May, uses seven “wellness clues” to identify whether items are low-fat, low-sodium, high-fiber, gluten-free, organic, low-sugar or contain allergens — with each attribute in ...
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