Americans are moving away from their white-bread ways. While they haven't forsaken the standard loaf of white bread -- not by a long shot -- consumers are trying their hand at specialty breads to jazz up their sandwiches. Retailers contacted by SN reported that "light" breads also are continuing to make headway into the health-conscious diet, and private labels still rule. Indeed, according to A.C. Nielsen, Schaumburg, Ill., private-label breads brought in slightly more than $1 billion in ...

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