Shoppers expands Nutrition iQ
BOWIE, Md. — Shoppers Food and Pharmacy, a Supervalu banner, is encouraging consumers to eat healthy by expanding its in-store nutritional navigation program.
Shoppers said that Nutrition iQ now will include the fresh food department, robust nutrition information for the center store, including additional signage, nutritional attributes and health benefit information, to help consumers identify better-for-you foods.
“At Shoppers, we strive to make healthy eating convenient and enjoyable,” Shoppers registered dietitian Jennifer Shea said. “The expansion of the Nutrition iQ program coincides with the new year, the perfect time to get on track and eat better-for-you foods as well as to create a healthy lifestyle.”
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Shoppers Food and Pharmacy doing a great job by expansion of the Nutrition iQ program.We should eat healthy to create a healthy lifestyle.
I think expanding the program is so good. Its all about getting people so healthy in the future. I see so many people taking advantage of this in the future. Keep up the good work. future steel buildings
nutrition iQ was created based on dietary recommendations from FDA Nutrient Content Claims, don't know much about it but want to know more.
I have my kids on a strict diet of Potato chips and LSD. THEY'RE DOING JUST FINE! Nutrition is really necessary for good health.
The nutrition is very much important for the healthy body and better health. So its good to know that people now a days thinking on that aspect too with their food. Good post.
Walmart kicks off ‘Get on the Shelf’ contest
SAN BRUNO, Calif. — Looking to put America’s inventors front and center by uncovering the next great product, Walmart and @WalmartLabs have kicked off the "Get on the Shelf" contest.
The retailer said the contest is designed to give consumers the opportunity to have their products — ranging from housewares and electronics to toys and apparel — sold in Walmart stores and online at Walmart.com. How to works: Contestants will create videos of their latest inventions and submit them by Feb. 22. After, a two-round public voting process — with the first round of voting being held March 7 through April 4 and the second round being held from April 11 through April 24 — will determine the top three products to be sold on Walmart.com, while the grand prize winner’s product will be sold on Walmart.com and featured on the site’s homepage, and also get shelf space in select Walmart stores across the United States.
More details cane be found at GetOnTheShelf.com.
"Walmart has the best products at everyday low prices but we know there are some great undiscovered products that have not yet reached our shelves," said Venky Harinarayan, SVP Walmart Global e-commerce and co-head of @WalmartLabs. "For a long time, the ability to get a product into a retail store was at the sole discretion of the store buyer. Today, we are removing these barriers by giving anyone a chance to launch their product at Walmart and reach millions of shoppers nationwide."
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New executives named to NRF board
NEW YORK — The National Retail Federation has announced the newest executives elected to serve on its board of directors. The announcement was made during NRF’s 101st Annual Convention in New York. Each new board member will serve a three-year term. Macy chairman, president and CEO Terry Lundgren was re-elected to serve another full-year as chairman of the NRF board.
The new executives elected to serve on NRF board of directors include:
Thomas Belk, Belk chairman and CEO;
David Jaffe, Ascena Retail Group president and CEO;
Craig Levra, Sport Chalet chairman, president and CEO;
David Ratner, president of Dave’s Soda and Pet City; and
Laura Sen, BJ’s Wholesale Club president, CEO and director.
Additionally, the following executives were elected to the NRF board of directors as representatives of the associate member advisory council. Each will serve a one-year term.
Bill Gonzalez, Microsoft general manager of worldwide distribution and services;
Karen Lowe, IBM general manager of global retail industry;
Ramón Martín, American Express president of merchant services Americas; and
Alison Paul, Deloitte & Touche LLP principal.
“These distinguished additions to the NRF board of directors will further position NRF as the leader on issues that impact the retail industry and the American consumer,” NRF president and CEO Matthew Shay said. “The collective level of experience and professionalism these new Board members bring to the table will complement the stellar list of executives who have been representing NRF’s members, our community and our industry.”
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