LANDOVER, Md. -- When they try it, they like it. That's what Giant Food here is finding with its line of health-oriented prepared foods. As with all the items in its Eat for Health line of low-fat or low-sodium products, Giant this summer sampled its newest addition, health-oriented coleslaw, without fanfare about the product's good-for-you profile. "People usually think a product that's promoted as low-fat or low-sodium won't be tasty, but they can be won over with sampling," said Chris ...

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