The health and wellness movement has invaded the snack aisle. In recent years, everything from potato chips and crackers to popcorn and cookies has been altered to meet the demand for better-for-you bites. Natural and organic ingredients have become highly popular. So has anything made with whole wheat or containing less sodium and fewer fats. For shoppers concerned with calories, pre-portioned products are readily available, and some food makers have even found ways to pack a percentage of ...

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