As candy makers attempt to slim waistlines, sweets are becoming more petite. Rather than manipulate recipes and risk forfeiting taste, marketers are cutting calories, sugar and fat by reducing sizes to fit portion-control packs. Other innovations are also helping to curb cravings in a more health-conscious way. Take for instance new Snickers 2-to-Go. The candy that replaces the king-size Snickers bar comes in two pieces designed to be shared or consumed over time. A resealable twist ...

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