NORRISTOWN, Pa. -- Similar to a move earlier this month by Kroger, Cincinnati, Genuardi's Family Markets here began blocking last week what it called "offensive magazine covers and headlines." The chain is going a step beyond Kroger and placing vinyl pocket placards over the front page of supermarket tabloid newspapers in addition to titles such as Cosmopolitan. "Some Globe and Enquirer headlines can be annoying and offensive to some customers, and the front page of those issues will also ...
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