PHILADELPHIA -- Super G's children's programs have been getting attention in the local newspaper here. That's because the retailer, a division of Giant Food, Landover, Md., here has been running full-page advertisements in the Sunday Philadelphia Inquirer about its Kids' Corner displays, Healthy Start Flyers, manager's rewards for children, shopping-cart seat belts and candy-free checkouts. The Health Start Flyers, which come out once a month, contain information for maintaining health in ...
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