INDIANAPOLIS -- Marsh Supermarkets is putting heavy emphasis on getting its customers to eat right in the wake of just-released statistics that mark Indiana as the 12th-fattest state in the nation. A ranking by a federal government agency put the Hoosier state in that spot, and shortly afterward a Men's Fitness magazine article ranked Indianapolis No. 10 among the fattest cities. In response to such dire news, Marsh Supermarkets teamed up with a statewide health care network to sponsor a ...

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