WASHINGTON — Wal-Mart Stores last week said it was rolling out an initiative to reduce sodium, trans fats and added sugar in its Great Value private-label line and creating a front-of-pack label to help consumers identify healthier product choices.
“Eating healthier is really hard to do,” said Bill Simon, president and chief executive officer, Walmart U.S., in a press conference here. “It's hard to find healthier foods, and it's hard to afford healthier foods. That's what we are looking to ...
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