MINNEAPOLIS — Supervalu announced today that it will roll out Healthy Elements, a nutrition labeling program that it intends to market to independent retailers. Several Supervalu-supplied stores are piloting the system that uses green shelf tags to identify healthy attributes based on Food and Drug Administration guidelines. Tags list up to four traits to identify foods that are low-fat, low-cholesterol, low-calorie, low-sodium, organic, a good source of calcium, a good source of fiber, ...
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