ST. LOUIS — New shelf tags, store-specific product directories and online recipes are results of Schnuck Markets' new Gluten-Free Advisory Board. “We've made some serious inroads in addressing this condition,” Larry Maggio, Schnucks' director of marketing services, told SN. Though Schnucks researched the condition on its own, it wanted to hear from those directly affected. “We wanted to learn how gluten intolerance affects their lives, and what their expectations are from a supermarket,” ...

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