WASHINGTON - The produce section has its "5 A Day" campaign. Dairy has its "3 A Day." Now, there's a nutrition campaign that will embrace the whole store. "Take A Peak" is designed to translate the federal food pyramid's recommendations into in-store signage and radio, recipe cards, weekly ads and the like to help people choose healthful foods. "We are very excited about how this program can take the government's dietary guidance and the pyramid and take this into stores, where we can ...

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