ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- Busch's here hopes to enhance its whole health program this month when it rolls out an updated version of the M-Fit shelf-labeling program, supplied the University of Michigan Health System. M-Fit has partnered with BeeLine Shopper, Troy, Ohio, to provide a larger database of products that separates over 50,000 food items into three tiers -- "best choice," "acceptable choice" and "occasional choice," said Busch's director of marketing, Peggy Conlin. By combining the ...

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