BRAMPTON, Ontario — Loblaw Cos. here said it will be the first Canadian retailer to roll out the Guiding Stars nutritional labeling program when it introduces the shelf tags at its Ontario stores on Aug. 10. The program, developed under the auspices of Delhaize Group’s Hannaford Bros. chain, rates foods throughout the store based on nutrient density and assigns them a rating of zero to three stars. “One in three Canadians shop at our stores each week and we work ...

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