CHICAGO -- Nonfat and some low-fat products are taking the lead in the dairy aisle, while juice sales are leaving milk in the cold. These were some of the conclusions presented at the 1995 Dairy Foods Industry Convention here, from a study undertaken by A.C. Nielsen, Schaumburg, Ill., for the International Dairy Foods Association, Washington. Cheese was the only segment that showed growth among the refrigerated dairy products covered in the study, which represented U.S. supermarkets with ...
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