Smaller portions of everything, including dessert, are a big deal for the food industry right now. The trend is playing out in the grocery aisle where sales of small, 100-calorie packs of all kinds of sweet and salty snacks are exceeding expectations. Meanwhile, in-store bakeries are packaging wedges of cake and pie for one or for two, and also adding miniature cakes to their lineup, to attract new customers. “We're trying to reach more markets, and we believe we are,” said Tammy Kampsula, ...

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