WASHINGTON - The U.S. Food and Drug Administration released a new report that encourages restaurants to offer more low-fat and nonfat milk products as a way to get consumers to follow the government's dietary guidelines. Though it focused on food service, the report has implications for supermarkets. "This is a great impetus for supermarkets to merchandise more of the single-serve plastic milk bottles in their prepared food area," said Serena Ball, a registered dietitian with the National ...

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