SAN FRANCISCO — While launching a pediatric obesity clinic, Jason Langheier, M.D., learned a lot about food preferences and barriers to healthy eating. Since diet can prevent chronic disease, he realized that supermarkets could play a larger preventive role. “Grocers are in one of the best positions to support the health of their communities, so we’ve focused first on promoting them and their healthy foods,” said Langheier. He founded Zipongo, a discounted ...

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