Children always like to have a sweet treat in their lunch box, and many parents today are obliging them with fruit snacks. Though fruit snacks are perceived as a sweet, healthier alternative to candy bars, they still are the "new kids on the block," competing with granola bars, cookies, chips and other snack items for consumers' attention. Nonetheless, more people are buying fruit snacks than ever before. Manufacturers are making these items more attractive to kids by tying them to major ...

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