Despite the constantly changing mindscape of what constitutes "healthy," cookies and crackers still hold the first- and second-place spots among America's Top 10 snacks, with cracker sales growing at a more rapid pace. This is according to Robert H. Klatte, vice president of client service for Information Resources Inc., who is based in Fort Washington, Pa., and who spoke at the recent Snaxpo 2000 trade show held in Philadelphia. Klatte said cookie sales grew 8% from 1994 to 1999 to a total ...

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