TIGARD, Ore. - The subject was health and wellness, but how retailers should promote those lifestyle objectives was the subject of debate among a host of retailers, manufacturers and others during last week's Executive Forum 2006, sponsored by the Food Industry Leadership Center at Portland State University. Judi Dodd, food and nutrition adviser for Giant Eagle, Pittsburgh, said retailers can try to teach consumers how to make better and healthier food choices, "but we can't be the food ...

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