A potato low in carbohydrates launched early this year is already high in value among Southeastern U.S. retailers. The SunLite potato, which has one-third fewer carbohydrates than regular potatoes, is being carried by all Publix Super Markets stores; Delhaize America's Kash n' Karry, Sweet Bay and Harvey stores; Winn-Dixie Stores; and Target. A spokesman for Kash n' Karry and Sweet Bay, which have been selling the potato since late January, said it was "too soon" to determine consumer ...

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