Fresh Fruit Grows as Snack Food Americans are turning to fresh fruit as a snack alternative, according to a new study released by the California Tree Fruit Agreement based here. The study, based on surveys of 5,000 households nationwide, was conducted to measure the success of CTFA's generic marketing programs for peaches, plums, nectarines and Bartlett pears. The study found that the majority of these fruits are consumed as snacks: 57% of peaches, 69% of plums, 60% of nectarines and 51% ...

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