CHANDLER, Ariz. — Bashas’ Supermarkets here said it’s the first grocery chain in the state to introduce a nutrition program for customers. Its new Eat Smart program consists of shelf tags in every aisle of the store that identify whether a food is a “healthier option,” “heart healthy,” has “low sodium,” is “calcium rich,” has “reduced sugar” or is an “immune booster.” Rolling out this month, the program will also include a free Eat Smart newsletter, featuring nutritional foods and recipes, ...

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