The low-carb craze is a distant memory, and bakery departments had a great year in 2006 as shoppers shed their aversion to sweet treats and continued buying up fresh artisan breads. But the cravings may be a little different this time around. Like the party-goer who always asks for “just a little slice” of cake, industry observers say that consumers want their snacks and desserts to be more indulgent than ever, but expect retailers to help them control their portion sizes. “People are ...

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