SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- Nob Hill Foods and Albertson's northern California division are using a state-run nutrition education program to help meet the needs of shoppers with New Year's resolutions to cut fat consumption. The program the two chains are plugging into is the 1995 retail campaign of California Project LEAN (Low-fat Eating for America Now), organized by the state's Department of Health Services here. California Project LEAN's 1995 supermarket campaign is built around two ...

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