Don't mess with success. That was the feeling at Sweetbay Supermarket when officials decided to adopt Hannaford Bros.' food nutrition ranking system. Hannaford in September launched the “guiding stars” program, which assigns from one to three stars — indicating good, better and best — to a variety of fresh and shelf-stable foods deemed high in nutritional attributes. Visible on the shelf tags that contain the price and UPC code, the stars serve as an easy guide for shoppers trying to pick ...

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