INDIANAPOLIS — Marsh Supermarkets here is the exclusive supermarket partner of Project 18, a program it developed with the Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital and Ball State University to fight childhood obesity. “Project 18 Approved” shelf tags identify better-for-you kid-friendly products throughout Marsh stores. Canned fruit, frozen entrees, vegetables, granola bars, and salty snacks are among the categories analyzed. In the granola bar category, for instance, products can have no more ...

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