Baking is becoming more popular due to the increasing desire of aging baby boomers to eat healthier by using fresh ingredients, a lifestyle change that is boosting sales of many products in supermarkets, including those stocked in the baking aisle, according to retailers. "We put all of the things you would use to make desserts really taste good on sale before the holidays," said Becca Anderson, spokeswoman for Bashas' Markets, which has 91 stores and is headquartered in Chandler, Ariz. ...

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