PITTSBURGH -- Giant Eagle here has begun offering shoppers advice on making "smart food" purchases in dry grocery and departments, in a program that links advertising with in-store information kiosks. For the new program, called Healthy Connections, the chain hired a registered dietitian as its food and nutrition advisor. It has installed more than 100 interactive computer kiosks, in the bulk of its stores, to help consumers plan healthy menus and find the appropriate foods. "Knowing ...
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