L.L. Bean has imposed a "twinkie tax" on junk foods, raising the price of sweet and salty snacks in their cafes. They are using the profits to subsidize healthier foods. Mortgage Lender's Network USA in Wallington, CT, incorporates herbs and vegetables grown onsite in the company's cafeteria, and eventually plans to stocked employee break rooms with complimentary snacks such as fruit from local orchards. The Valley Health System in Ridgewood, NJ, offers a wellness program called "Reach ...

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