ST. LOUIS -- Nutritional labeling has the potential to be a real plus for the in-store bakery department. That was the general sentiment of retailers interviewed at the annual convention of the Retail Bakers of America held here earlier this month, just weeks before the federal government's new labeling law goes into effect. Although some bakery executives said the nutrition information on bakery packages may scare some shoppers away from treats they haven't realized were high in fat, such ...

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