Rank-and-file Market Basket employees show support for ousted CEO Arthur T. Demoulas. Curt Nickisch/WBUR hide caption

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Euclid Market, a corner store in East Los Angeles, recently got a makeover to promote healthier eating. It not only sells more fruits and vegetables, but also offers cooking classes and nutrition education. Courtesy of Margaret Molloy/UCLA Fielding School of Public Health hide caption

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To make a more healthful version of Edy's Grand Ice Cream, Nestle developed a technology that could cut half the fat and two-thirds of the calories from the frozen treat. Erik S. Lesser/Getty Images hide caption

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A customer scans the shelves at Community Shop, the U.K.'s first "social supermarket." The discount grocery stores are growing in popularity across Europe and are open exclusively to those in need. Courtesy of Community Shop hide caption

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"I bought the stuff at full retail. I own it," says Michael Hallatt, owner of the _irate Joe's grocery in Vancouver. His store faces a lawsuit from Trader Joe's for infringing on its trademark and possibly confusing customers. _irate Joe's hide caption

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Symbols like these are designed to help shoppers make healthier choices Dan Charles/NPR hide caption

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Food products need at least 3 grams of fiber to be labeled as a good source of fiber. John Rose/NPR hide caption

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A protester outside a Trader Joe's in Washington, D.C. The Coalition of Immokalee Workers, which organized the protest, says Trader Joe's has refused to meet standards set by leaders of the fast-food and foodservice industries for a more humane tomato supply chain. Claudia Saenz/Student/Farmworker Alliance hide caption

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