WASHINGTON -- Any retailer can stock health and diet products -- the more successful operators set themselves apart by offering up-to-date information and educational resources for their customers. The formats for delivering that data may vary, from library-like seating areas with printed literature and dedicated staffers, to simpler stand-up computer stations. However, all in-store information services share one common element: consumer trust. Michael Peet, senior vice president, sales ...
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