WASHINGTON -- The onset of nutrition labeling has caused significant shifts in what consumers buy -- and no longer buy -- from the supermarket dairy case, according to the latest consumer study jointly released by the Food Marketing Institute here and Prevention magazine. "The dairy case is where the greatest proportion of shoppers start buying new products based on the label, and it is also the focus of shoppers who decide to stop buying products," said the report, Shopping For Health ...

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