Portion control moves beyond calorie counts

Smaller, single-serving packages that emphasize health and portion control rather than calorie count are seeing sales growth as consumers look to eat healthier while not losing the feeling of indulgence. "When people see that 100-calorie label, they think it will be a reformulated, bad-tasting version of what they want to eat," said Kellogg Chief Executive John Bryant.

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