Tom Vilsack traveled to a Hy-Vee store in West Des Moines, Iowa, at the end of last year to see firsthand how the retailer’s health and wellness programs are helping customers eat better. Since becoming the secretary of the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Vilsack has made access to nutritious food and nutrition information one of his main goals. “If you take a look at a label — unless you’re a dietitian or a chemist or a doctor — it’s really hard to ...
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