LAKEWOOD, Colo. — New signs providing a more concise explanation of the “shelf-plus” pricing policy at Nash Finch’s Avanza stores in Colorado have met the approval of the state Department of Agriculture here. The department, which oversees how prices are communicated to shoppers, previously said it identified certain misleading pricing signs in an investigation prompted by consumer complaints. The department said it alerted the Minneapolis-based grocer of its findings in late October. Nash ...

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