Whether they’re in powder or liquid form, shoppers continue to gravitate toward weight control products that make them feel full longer and offer grab-and-go convenience. Supermarket dietitians report an uptick in sales of select SKUs. Products packed with protein are faring particularly well, especially ready-to-drink shakes. So are items with low calorie or fat content and adventurous flavors like butter pecan and bourbon vanilla. At Schenectady, N.Y.-based Price Chopper, ...
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