CHICAGO -- As the majority of the population ages, the number of consumers who are on moderately or severely restricted diets is expected to grow. As a result, in-store bakery departments that want to continue to serve their customers' needs should take a closer look at the types of products stocked on the shelves. Overall, consumers have a lot of different opinions when it comes to what constitutes a healthy diet. For example, the American Dietetic Association conducted a survey that ...

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