All the talk about kids' diets would seem to translate into merchandising and promotional gains for Center Store. Think again. Few retailers have been touting healthy-eating messages as part of their back-to-school promotions. When it comes to stocking the pantry with lunch box fare, items that kids want and that meet parents' demands for convenience often trump better-for-you options. "I do not see a lot of focus on promoting healthy eating, which I think is a missed opportunity," said ...

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