OKLAHOMA CITY — Homeland Stores here said Tuesday that it would launch the Guiding Stars nutrition program in all 73 of its stores. The retailer said it was adopting the program to help encourage healthy eating among shoppers in Oklahoma, which was ranked among the 10 states with the highest percentage of obese or overweight people, according to CalorieLab. “The health of our consumers is a primary concern to us,” Darryl Fitzgerald, president and chief executive officer of Homeland, said ...

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