PORT WASHINGTON, N.Y. — While NPD Group's 23rd Annual Report on Eating Patterns in America puts a tight focus on prepared food, it also contains good news for the fresh produce department. People are eating more good-for-you foods, particularly nonfat foods, in an effort to stay healthy rather than following formal diets, which appear to be a thing of the past, the research shows. Even the snacks people are consuming are healthier. Consumers are more apt now than in the past to have a piece ...

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