Snackers look for more low-calorie treats

02/20/2008 | USA Today

Calorie-conscious consumers have driven food companies such as The Quaker Oats Co. and Kraft Foods to come up with their own lines of lower-calorie snacks. The number of single-serve products containing fewer than 100 calories increased from seven in 2003 to 82 in 2007, according to Tom Vierhile, director of Datamonitor's Productscan Online.

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