SOUTHFIELD, Mich. — A month after launching Health Tours designed to give Michigan shoppers free access to doctors and other medical experts, family-owned Hiller's Market is considering tours for high blood pressure sufferers, cancer patients and those training for athletic events. The outreach program kicked off in July with a nut-free store tour. It drew so much attention that a second nut-free tour was added. “The nut allergy tour was extremely successful,” Hiller's spokeswoman Alison ...

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