Health concerns surrounding olestra haven't hurt sales of salty snacks containing the fat substitute, retailers in test markets report. Frito-Lay's Max chips line and Procter & Gamble's Fat-Free Pringles -- both of which are made with olestra -- are selling well, with few consumer complaints, retailers told SN. "There's a huge market for no-fat products," said John Siepman, grocery manager at a Randalls unit in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, one of the test markets. "These products [from P&G ...

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