Retailers as educators are a sign of the times we live in. Numerous food-related concerns have sparked concerted efforts by consumers to learn as much as possible about issues ranging from mad cow disease to controlling carbohydrates. In turn, many retailers have expanded their role as informant, reaching out to consumers in the aisles as they shop. Retailers and industry experts agree that the best place to affix any type of informational message is directly on a product's package. The ...
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