One of the food industry's biggest trends is alive and well in Center Store as manufacturers launch — and retailers highlight — dry groceries that can be part of a sensible diet. In response to rising childhood obesity rates and overall health concerns, manufacturers increasingly are introducing reduced-fat, whole-grain, sugar-free, portion-controlled and other better-for-you options. Take Interstate Bakeries, Kansas City, Mo., which just launched a 100-calorie pack of Hostess cupcakes. ...

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