AVENEL, N.J. — Foodtown here is listening to its customers when it comes to nutrition. The 62-store cooperative, with independently owned locations in New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania, this month has begun surveying its customers for their opinion on the company's “Easy to Eat Well” nutritional shelf-labeling program. “This is the first of many steps we'll be taking with this as we move down the road,” said John Durkin, vice president of operations, Foodtown, in an interview with SN. ...

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