Heard among all those screams for ice cream are cries for low-fat, no-fat and other healthier alternatives. Those cries are being heard by grocers, who've moved quickly to increase the space devoted to these items. Move quickly they must. According to the International Ice Cream Association, Washington, dollar volume of nonfat ice cream sold in supermarkets in 1995 was up 66.6% from 1994, bringing the category's dollar volume to $150.8 million. While that's still a long way from the $1.6 ...

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