NEW YORK -- Reduced-sugar kids' breakfast cereals and a "mid-calorie" cola announced last week by Kellogg's and Coca-Cola, respectively, promise better nutritional offerings for Center Store, a supermarket dietician told SN. "It's a step in the right direction, particularly for Kellogg's," said Marnie Sherno, corporate dietician, Clemens Markets, Kulpsville, Pa. The new products join a wave of healthier alternatives to traditional food products. These range from reduced-carbohydrate corn ...

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