Facing government scrutiny and a growing diet-conscious public, retailers are making room on their shelves for more healthy-for-you salty snacks. This new level of health awareness has made traditional snacks such as potato chips and crackers less appealing, but instead of giving up snacks, consumers are demanding substitutes, Center Store executives told SN. "Sales of healthy snacks are up nationally, and we find that any type of healthy-for-you item does well," said Roger McElroy, ...
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