Study: Consumers see health, flavor value in low-fat items

06/11/2013 | FoodNavigator

Research published in Appetite indicates consumers seek out low-fat foods, which they consider healthier and better-tasting than their full-fat counterparts. The study indicates labels showing a food is low fat "may be more powerful than caloric information as a determinant of health attributions."

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