Until recently, time-pressed consumers were the perfect snack buyer. The "Grab and Go" lifestyle left little room for scrutiny. As these shoppers grow more aware of the relationship between food and health, however, they're slowing down long enough to read labels and scan packaging information. It's no longer an easy sell, retailers told SN. In Belgrade, Mont., Nabisco cookies and crackers in single-serving packs, Oscar Meyer Lunchables and Pringle's in one-serving canisters are outpacing ...

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