ARLINGTON, Va. – Over the past year, about 1,500 Safeway employees have discovered through a regimen of free health tests offered by the chain that they had “uncontrolled hypertension,” said Christy Consler, vice president of sustainability for Safeway, Pleasanton, Calif. “They were coming to work not feeling very good or there may have been absenteeism,” Consler said yesterday during a panel discussion on the link between health and wellness and sustainability at the FMI/GMA Sustainability ...

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