Salty snacks become more appealing to health enthusiasts as new better-for-you options hit the market
The salty snack aisle certainly isn't the first place people visit when trying to eat healthier. But thanks to new organic, gluten-free, reduced-sodium and lower-fat options, chips can easily fit into most diet plans. Salty snacks generated $8.5 billion in food stores for the 52 weeks ending Oct. 31, a 2.3% rise from the same period in 2009, according to SymphonyIRI Group. United Supermarkets, Lubbock, Texas, recently started using the NuVal Nutritional Scoring System in its stores. The ...
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