It often requires nutritionists' guidance to sort through the maze of food supplement bars. Along with filling a need for athletes looking for supplemental protein, food bars — often sold in the nonfood diet and nutritional supplement sections of supermarkets — are developing a growing following among everyday people who want to lose weight or simply have a wholesome snack. Although only 14% of the population currently consumes nutrition bars, the market is poised for growth since bars ...

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