ALBERT LEA, Minn. — The Hy-Vee here is highlighting foods consumed in so-called Blue Zones — places in the world where inhabitants live the longest, happiest lives. With Blue Zone shelf tags, cooking demos, a designated checkout lane and other consumer outreach, the retailer touts foods rich in antioxidants, omega-3 fatty acids and fiber, store dietitian Amy Pleimling told SN. It all started when renowned author and Blue Zone explorer Dan Buettner brought the AARP/Blue Zone Vitality ...
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