WEST DES MOINES, Iowa — Hy-Vee is adapting over 100 check lane fixtures in 105 stores across its eight state territory to accommodate fresh fruit, nuts, baked chips, bottled water, milk and other healthy snacks to replace sugary food and drink.
“Our customers love them,” Helen Eddy, assistant vice president of health and wellness for Hy-Vee told SN.
Hy-Vee piloted the concept in a single lane as an offshoot of the AARP/Blue Zone Vitality Project in its Albert ...
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