CINCINNATI -- Dairy's new 3-A-Day for Stronger Bones campaign has received a key vote of support from a national supermarket retailer, giving it strength to fight off charges of plagiarism from the produce industry's older, long-established 5-A-Day for Better Health program. Kroger Co. announced its participation in 3-A-Day, with plans to implement the theme in dairy departments in all divisions, according to chain officials. "We plan to promote the campaign in a variety of ways, including ...

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