Diet products are intended to reduce. However, retailers and manufacturers were busy trying to fatten up sales of frozen diet entrees and dinners in the weeks following New Year's. January is typically an ideal time to emphasize diet items because many people are trying to keep their resolutions of eating healthy foods or losing weight. Retailers contacted by SN said they have been counting on this trend in weight-consciousness and healthy eating to help invigorate their frozens volume and ...

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