NEW YORK -- Teenagers have an appetite for healthier food and beverages, but cannot always find just what they're looking for, according to "Understanding Teen Attitudes Toward Health and Nutrition," a survey published recently by BuzzBack, a market research firm here. The survey, which polled 500 13- to 18-year-olds in the United States during July 2003, found teens were cutting back on carbonated soft drinks and instead consuming more bottled water, and looking for alternatives to candy ...
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