While in the army, dietitian Leah McGrath would hear from soon-to-be-discharged patients, “I wish that you could help me [food] shop.” During her seven-year tenure as dietitian for 200-store Ingles Markets, McGrath has been doing just that. “I get several calls and emails from shoppers [some from states where Ingles doesn't operate stores] on a daily basis,” said McGrath. “Today a mom who had a child with nut allergies wanted to know if a specific product was safe to eat; I got another ...
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