ORLANDO -- The type of snack food people prefer correlates to their personality and what types of professions they are most successful in, according to Alan Hirsch, director of the Smell & Taste Treatment and Research Foundation, Chicago. Hirsch's research findings were presented to attendees of the SNAXPO 2001 conference, held here recently, during the session "Consumer Snacking 2001: Profiles and Trends." Subjects were asked to choose their favorite snack foods from a list of eight ...
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