CHICAGO — Hannaford Bros.’ highly regarded Guiding Stars nutritional system will soon be piloted in a Maine school district and will appear on product packaging, SN has learned. The Topsham school district will rate prepared meals, as well as grab-and-go items in its middle schools and high schools, according to John Eldredge, director of brand and business development for the Guiding Stars Licensing Co., a wholly owned subsidiary of Delhaize formed in July to market the Guiding Stars brand ...

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