The Produce for Better Health Foundation's 5-a-Day program is filtering into the frozen departments at a small number of supermarket chains. In one early example, static cling signs produced for Pictsweet Frozen Foods, Bells, Tenn., are being used by Publix Super Markets in its Orlando, Fla.-area units. Pictsweet is teaming up with Publix to place the signs on frozen food case doors. The brightly colored signs -- using the 5 a Day for Better Health logo -- encourage customers to eat five ...
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