HACKETTSTOWN, N.J. -- Consumers are letting their dietary concerns affect the way they satisfy their sweet tooths, according to results of a recent 3 Musketeers Hidden Treasures National Survey. revealed 54% of Americans selected reduced-fat versions of snack foods over original versions; the same number of consumers feel they are sacrificing taste when they select reduced-fat products; 84% rate taste as the most important factor when selecting snack foods; only 7% of those polled believe ...

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