CINCINNATI — Kroger has teamed with HarvestMark, a food traceability system from YottaMark, Redwood City, Calif., to offer customers easy access to information on where the retailer's new line of private-label fresh salads was grown as part of Kroger's “Quality You Can Trace” program. “Our partnership with HarvestMark makes it easy for customers who are interested to learn more about the food they purchase for themselves and their families,” said Joe Grieshaber, group vice president of ...

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