NEW YORK -- Dairy shelves around the country gained some weight as two manufacturers began rolling out new competing butter alternatives, both of which promise to help consumers lower their cholesterol. Take Control, made by Unilever subsidiary Lipton Foods, Englewood Cliffs, N.J., made its debut in a Cub Food store in Chicago, hours after meeting regulatory requirements set forth by the Food and Drug Administration. "Take Control is outselling a typical margarine by a ratio of about four ...

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