ALBANY, N.Y. -- Snack foods are turning up on the dinner menu, according to an informal SN poll conducted here. buy healthier types of groceries as well. "Yes, it's kind of a meal, when I get them," said Laurie Fay, at the Shop 'n Save on Central Avenue here. "But usually, I eat fruit, vegetables and soups." Fay said she's been buying frozen snacks, mostly egg rolls and frozen pizza, for about two years. "A girlfriend of mine buys the pockets," she added. "Young people buy [snacks] ...

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