Some of the leading salad dressing manufacturers are offering a slew of new light, reduced-calorie, low-fat and fat-free salad dressings this summer, trying to capitalize on the growing popularity of the subcategory. The healthy dressings now account for up to an estimated 38% of total salad dressing sales in some chains, and manufacturers said they expect sales to be further aided by the Food & Drug Administration's new labeling requirements, which will tighten the formerly hodgepodge ...

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