FIRST STOP: PRODUCE. Without exception, supermarket store tours almost always begin amid the vibrant hues of fresh fruits and vegetables. Whenever children are involved, making the connection between produce, diet and health becomes even more significant. “They enjoy the produce department because it's so colorful, and there is so much variety to capture their attention,” said Paulette Thompson, health and wellness manager for Ahold-owned Stop & Shop/Giant Food. “It's a fun area ...

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