Diet varieties are here to stay, but ice cream that tastes like the real thing and doesn't sacrifice the waistline is making a comeback. Nevin Montgomery, president of the National Frozen & Refrigerated Foods Association in Harrisburg, Pa., said consumers increasingly prefer to eat less of a full-fat product rather than load up on its diet counterpart. "I think consumers are still looking for low-carb ice cream," he said, "but they are indulging themselves. Ice cream is a reward, a ...

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