ROCHESTER, N.Y. -- Wegmans here recently revamped its Web site to include a searchable database of nutrients and ingredients. The new database is part of an ongoing effort to upgrade the health-related components of the Web site, which are contained within a section of the site labeled "healthy ideas." Jane Andrews, corporate nutritionist, Wegmans, said the new database, which was launched in the first week of October, is meant to help consumers sort through the various claims and rumors ...

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