Meijer jumped into the deep end of the health and wellness pool when it recently added an extensive line of private-label organic foods to the grocery aisles, and cutting-edge devices for cardio and cholesterol monitoring in store pharmacies. The Grand Rapids, Mich.-based supercenter chain rolled out 160 products — everything from minestrone to ice cream — under the new Meijer Organics label. Ultimately, 200 items will round out the offering. In keeping with the retailer's focus on low ...

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