DALLAS (FNS) -- Sales of reduced-fat and no-fat cheese products account for about one of every four dollars spent on cheese purchases and could total up to half after the turn of the century, dairy industry officials told attendees of the annual International Dairy Foods Association meeting here. "This is a growth industry," said Martin Veeger, assistant director for economics and market research for IDFA, Washington. "There is good long-term potential." While growth rates have slowed in ...

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