Favorite baked goods never go out of style, even when everyone seems to be watching their weight. Despite the national obsession with health and dieting, retailers told SN they are having no trouble selling special-occasion cakes and pastries, as well as old favorites like brownies, cookies and bars. In some cases, retailers have simply repackaged existing products and generated new demand for smaller sizes and single-serve portions. Officials at Kowalski's Market stores in the Twin Cities ...

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