Growth in the $68 billion snack market has quickly migrated from potato chips and soda to pita chips and all-natural juice. Supermarkets have seen this shift, particularly at the front end, where $4 organic dark chocolate bars are merchandised next to the M&Ms. And now, there's a new platform for these better-for-you munchies. Healthy vending machines, as they're being called, have started popping up at hospitals, college campuses and health clubs across the country as off-hour or ...

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