ST. PAUL, Minn. — Kowalski's Markets here has been focusing customers' attention on particularly healthful foods for quite a while, and now it's taken the effort up a notch. The latest evolvement of the nine-unit independent's Good Food for Good Health program involves sets of “Good for You!” cards in plastic racks situated on shelf edges in the middle of various categories of food. One side of the colorful cards lists six to 10 of Kowalski's favorites in that particular category, based on ...
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