LUBBOCK, Texas — Store tours and seasonal recipes are part of a $1 million investment in the growth of United Supermarket’s health and wellness programs. “From offering fresh, quality products in our stores to providing expert nutrition education and advice, United is committed to supporting the health and wellness of our guests and team members," Robert Taylor, United’s chief executive officer, said in a statement. United has expanded its health and ...

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