DENVER — The King Soopers division of Kroger Co. is rolling out the NuVal nutritional shelf-labeling system to all its stores, NuVal said this week. It is the first division of Cincinnati-based Kroger to fully implement the system, a NuVal spokesman told SN. Last year, Kroger launched a pilot test of NuVal labeling in "about two dozen" Kroger stores in the Lexington, Ky., area, the spokesman said. That test is ongoing. NuVal, a joint venture of Topco Associates and Griffin Hospital, Derby, ...

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