NEW YORK -- The low-carb craze of the past year seems to be evolving into more modified consumer behavior that emphasizes carb-consciousness rather than extreme deprivation, according to a number of views presented during a conference call last week on the low-carb phenomenon. One of the speakers during the Smith Barney-sponsored trade call was Judy Adams, president of the Wheat Foods Council, Parker, Colo. Adams noted that consumers aren't entirely abandoning low-carb diet plans, even ...
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