MINNEAPOLIS — Target Corp. here said last week it has launched an initiative to place more emphasis on healthful food offerings. “We are expanding our assortment of healthy alternatives in our food categories, and we will be featuring those products more prominently in our circular and endcaps,” said Gregg Steinhafel, president, in a conference call discussing results for the second quarter that ended July 29. He did not provide additional details. He also said Target has been able to ...

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