BELLEVUE, Wash. — Consumers concerned about heart health make a strong connection to supermarkets when they think about leading a “heart-healthy lifestyle,” a recent Hartman Group study shows. “We've been tracking health and wellness for two decades, and one particular trend that keeps showing up is that eating right equates with a heart-healthy lifestyle,” said Blaine Becker, The Hartman Group's director of marketing/communications. And “eating right” means eating fresh food — fruits, ...
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