AVENTURA, Fla. -- The low-carb trend is alive and well, despite arguments from some quarters that it's run out of steam, according to Steve French, managing partner, Natural Marketing Institute. "A lot of people think low carb is gone and dead," he said during a session at the American Bakers Association Convention here. "It's not dead at all." About half of American adults say they have used low-carb food and beverages over the past year, according to NMI ...
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