Muffins are holding their own despite fears that the federally mandated nutrition labels in effect since May would scare shoppers away from what they used to perceive as a healthy treat. According to retailers interviewed by SN, shoppers still are buying muffins, even though the relatively high fat and calorie content is now spelled out in black and white on the package. Some bakery executives interviewed by SN reported that sales are actually up because the fears have made retailers take ...

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