GIANT FOOD TIES HEALTH INTO BEEF

LANDOVER, Md. -- Giant Food's nutritionists, working with the chain's meat department and the National Cattlemen's Beef Association, have taken lean beef cuts to the ad pages with a good-for-you message.Spurred by an NCBA informational packet that compares lean beef with chicken in nutrient value and fat content, the 197-unit chain's manager of nutrition programs, Janet Tenney, went to work selling

LANDOVER, Md. -- Giant Food's nutritionists, working with the chain's meat department and the National Cattlemen's Beef Association, have taken lean beef cuts to the ad pages with a good-for-you message.

Spurred by an NCBA informational packet that compares lean beef with chicken in nutrient value and fat content, the 197-unit chain's manager of nutrition programs, Janet Tenney, went to work selling the beef/health message to Giant's customers.

Working with the chain's meat de

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