DES MOINES, Iowa — Starting this fall, Dahl’s Foods introduced snack stations for its youngest customers. For a donation of a quarter, kids can choose a snack from a rotating selection — including items like bananas, raisins, oranges, fruit leather or organic chocolate squares. “We originally started it out at the EP True store [in West Des Moines, Iowa], and we’ve since put it in all of our stores. It’s just been really a good promotion ...

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