ALEXANDRIA, Va. -- Consumers are once again enjoying "full fat" in the snack food category. According to the 1998 State of the Snack Food Industry report, published by the Snack Food Association here and released earlier this summer, in most snack food categories sales of better-for-you snacks either remained constant or decreased. "Low-fat and better-for-you is no longer the fastest growing category in snack foods. People are going back to the full fat," said Ann Wilkes, vice president, ...

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