Brisk sales of frozen snacks show no signs of abating, as retailers better identify items that are in high demand by a core consumer -- the teenager. "There are new items, but fewer stockkeeping units," said Terry Falkenham, frozen-food category manager for the Maritimes at Sobeys, Stellarton, Nova Scotia. While many adult varieties, such as Tex-Mex, have been launched over the last two years in the handheld pocket category, some manufacturers are now concentrating on what their younger ...

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