With concerns about childhood obesity continuing, retailers are doing their best to push produce on little people. Packages of fruits and veggies adorned with cartoon characters are piling up in many stores. Certain chains are going to greater lengths to convince kids to consume more of nature's bounty. Some have created entertaining taste-testing games. Others host quarterly in-store sampling programs that are as enticing to parents as they are to children. Schnuck Markets, St. Louis, has ...

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