Blue ketchup. Green applesauce in a 3-ounce container. Purple mustard. While none of the above may sound very appetizing to most adults, these and many more products packaged in small containers are being designed to grab the attention of youngsters as they head back to school. Some are even designed based on the assumption that children will be packing their own lunches, so if a product is packaged in a tube, no utensils are needed for preparation or consumption. Meanwhile, retailers are ...

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