ROCHESTER, N.Y. — Nearly 7% of Wegmans employees who signed up for its Eat Well Live Well Challenge reported losing weight as a result, according to the chain. About one in three employees (11,500) participated in the seventh annual challenge. Participants were polled at the conclusion of the eight-week program that launched March 15. Although weight loss was the most popular result of the program, employees also reported lowered blood pressure (200), improved cholesterol readings (219) ...

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