DALLAS — A strong interest among consumers in buying and eating healthy foods offers significant opportunities for the food industry to create new products to meet that demand, according to a new study that was released here last week at the inaugural Healthy Foods International Exposition and Conference. With consumers indicating they are willing to pay a premium for healthy foods, the study recommended that the industry market such products as a way for consumers to manage their health ...
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