SAN FRANCISCO -- Ukrop's Super Markets in Richmond, Va., is telling it like it is. The family-owned retailer is putting nutrition labels on virtually every product that leaves its bakery and deli departments, even if those products don't technically require them under the new federal mandates for nutrition labels. As a result, the chain's experience could serve as a handy model for how labeling reform is affecting sales in the deli and bakery. Jeanine Sherry, the chain's nutrition ...

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