As retailers look to broaden their offerings and better connect with consumer needs, many have hired in-store dietitians to counsel customers on health and wellness issues. Striking well ahead of the trend with the introduction of a retail dietitian program in 2006, Wakefern Food Corps., Keasbey, N.J., has expanded its efforts rapidly since then. The goal is to ultimately have a dietitian in each of its 250 ShopRite stores. “It started with an ‘Ask the Dietitian’ ...

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