GIVEN THE INFLUX of cereals packed with healthful ingredients hitting Center Store, it's important for retailers to find ways to let customers know about new products, experts say. “It's hard for families to make changes to their grocery habits,” said Amy McLeod, director of food and nutrition services at Brookshire Brothers, based in Lufkin, Texas. “I know what it's like — even I buy the same products over and over — but when I do store tours I'm able to really analyze each food group and ...

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