McLEAN, Va. -- According to a survey conducted by the National Confectioners and Chocolate Manufacturers Associations here, candy is still tops among children when trick-or-treating on Halloween. "I think the overall reason why we did the survey is that we are seeing other snacks say that other snack alternatives are what kids want during the Halloween season," said Larry Graham, president of the NCA and CMA. Despite current health trends, with fruit and granola being marketed to children ...
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