MINNEAPOLIS -- More so than retailers, consumers increasingly view fresh vegetables, fruit, yogurt and other healthy foods as snack food, a researcher said at the International-Dairy-Deli-Bakery Association's show here. In a study commissioned by IDDBA, Chicago-based Datassential found that today's consumers prefer healthy snacks, said Brian David Darr, the research company's managing director. In an online survey of 2,500 consumers, he and his associates found that 90% of respondents ...

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