MINNEAPOLIS — Supervalu here on Thursday said it has expanded its nutritional labeling program to include the fresh-food departments and more detailed information on grocery products. The Nutrition iQ program, launched in 2009, has been rolled out to more than 800 of Supervalu's locations under the Acme, Albertsons, Cub Foods, Farm Fresh, Hornbacher's and Shoppers banners. The expanded program, which includes added nutritional attributes and and health benefit information, was recently ...

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