NEW YORK — Merchandising categories by product type, rather than brand, would help consumers shop the snack aisle better, according to an SN consumer focus group. MULTIMEDIA • Audio: Family-Style Snacking • Photo Gallery: Consumers Talk Snacks Arranging snacks based on health attributes — such as reduced-fat or reduced-sodium — would help consumers find what they desire, according to the research, based on in-store interviews with seven ...

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