BALTIMORE — Store tours designed to help low-income families access better dietary quality were scheduled to take place at all 45 Wal-Mart locations in Maryland Saturday at 9 a.m., 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. The tours were led by Wal-Mart associates who taught participants how to compare unit prices, purchase fruits and vegetables on a budget, read food labels and pick out whole grains. After the tour, shoppers applied the skills learned to buy ingredients to make a healthy meal for ...
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