Fresh fruit slices packed with yogurt dip, singly packed slider sandwiches, and even whoopie pies in mini-size are ringing up sales. What’s more, supermarkets are putting up banners and signs that call attention to snacks, often reminding customers that snacks can be healthy. A recent study by Mintel, a Chicago-based consumer research firm, shows 65% of respondents are interested in healthy snacks, but 71% believe healthy snacks are more expensive than less healthy ...

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