In 1952, the family doctor was smoking Kools. In 2002, the local grocer dispenses wisdom on anything from whole grains to hypertension. A lot has happened in the interim, spawning a veritable whole health revolution in the Center Store. Today's consumers are aware of saturated fats and pesticides, and they are looking for a supermarket that understands. According to J.B. Pratt, chief executive officer of Pratt Foods Supermarkets, Shawnee, Okla., this knowledge is the driving force behind ...
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