GREENACRES, Wash. -- Tidyman's here is giving customers a crash course in the Mediterranean diet right smack in the middle of the produce aisle, and the results are heartening, officials said. Researchers have found that the diet -- which is heavy on fresh fruits and vegetables, whole grains and olive oil -- reduces the incidence of heart attacks and other cardiovascular events. And Tidyman's officials said its customers are expressing gratitude for the opportunity to learn more about the ...

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