NEW YORK -- Retailers who know their customers are still carb-conscious are making the most of new deli items on the market that can give them an edge. Low-carb dieting may be losing its fever pitch, as the consumer press has recently reported, but healthier eating looks like it's here to stay. Indeed, supermarket deli directors told SN low-carb and no-carb items are still in demand. Certainly, in the Northeast, where more people are diet-conscious, retailers are jumping on the opportunity ...

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