Nutritional bars called convenient but expensive

07/27/2004 | Washington Post (tiered subscription model), The

Nutritionists say the primary benefit of nutritional bars is their convenience, as the same amount of carbs, protein and calories can usually be found in a less-expensive piece of fruit and a glass of milk. Costing as much as $3 each, the Nutrition Business Journal forecasts sales of such bars are expected to surpass $3 billion this year.

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