People always say they want to eat healthier, but as any restaurant or deli manager is well aware, prepared foods explicitly advertised as "healthy" often get snubbed in favor of their more indulgent counterparts. When paying someone else to make their food, customers want to be sure it's going to taste great, and labels such as "low sodium," "lite" or "better-for-you" can arouse immediate suspicion. "They like to eat stuff that's not always so good for them," said Donna Howell, ...
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