Consumers are starving for low-carb products, and retailers are hungry for a sale. In a pace reflecting the level of demand, supermarkets are setting up displays or marking special products as fast as they can to meet customer requests for Center Store products with lower carbohydrate counts, retailers told SN. Consumer packaged goods manufacturers have been increasing their output of such products in categories that range from beer to ice cream, making them suitable for people following ...

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