West Sacramento-based Raley’s on Wednesday launched a new shelf tag program that includes colorful icons to help shoppers quickly analyze foods that fit their nutritional needs. The icons are placed directly on the price tag. Price guides also are part of the company’s initiative.
West Sacramento-based Raley’s on Wednesday launched a new shelf tag program that includes colorful icons to help shoppers quickly analyze foods that fit their nutritional needs. The icons are placed directly on the price tag. Price guides also are part of the company’s initiative. Alex Villanueva Ivie and Associates
West Sacramento-based Raley’s on Wednesday launched a new shelf tag program that includes colorful icons to help shoppers quickly analyze foods that fit their nutritional needs. The icons are placed directly on the price tag. Price guides also are part of the company’s initiative. Alex Villanueva Ivie and Associates

Raley’s shelf tag program aims to help shoppers make quick decisions on food

September 06, 2017 09:21 AM

UPDATED September 06, 2017 05:31 PM

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