Consumers, especially those on low-carb diets, can't seem to resist the power of cheese. All kinds of products, from packaged chunks to shreds, pre-sliced and snack items, are lifting sales in the dairy aisle, never mind higher retail prices, industry sources told SN. Natural, non-processed cheese continued to deliver strong sales in 2003, posting increases that ranged from almost 2.5% for Kraft Cracker Barrel's brand of non-shredded natural product to nearly 30% for Sargento's brand of ...

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