INDIANAPOLIS -- The controversy surrounding olestra hasn't stopped sales of snacks made with the fat substitute from selling briskly in this test market. Mike Bracken, store manager of a Cub Foods Stores unit in Castleton, Ind., which along with a Kroger Co. unit in Fishers, was literally wrapped in WOW! packaging, said sales have been surpassing expectations. "The olestra snacks started out really well because [the manufacturers] flooded the market with heavy advertising. Sales have ...

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