ANAHEIM, Calif. -- Today's shoppers consider dairy products prime ingredients in their good-nutrition menu, said Linda Gilbert, president of HealthFocus, a Des Moines, Iowa-based market-research firm. The finding is part of a recent HealthFocus study that also showed consumers' top priority is good taste, that they believe good nutrition is individual (based on a person's life stage and health condition), and that they are looking for nutritional solutions to "fill in the gaps" created by ...
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