The high-protein, low-carb dieting craze and the convenience factor played a big part in making winners and losers out of a handful of important fresh-food categories, according to SN's first comprehensive review of the latest sales data from Information Resources Inc., Chicago. ies, particularly dairy, was impacted by price fluctuations caused by volatile market conditions. Dollar volume increases for those categories did not always translate into corresponding growth in unit sales. High ...

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