LEANING ON A LACK

Consumers who want to reduce their fat and caloric intake can safely head for the candy aisle.At least that's what candy manufacturers hope they will do in response to savvy new packaging that boasts "low-fat," "no-fat" and "reduced calorie."Today's packaging often promotes the healthier aspects of the product. Packages of Dream candy bars, by Sorbee, for instance, tout that it has just 3 grams of

Consumers who want to reduce their fat and caloric intake can safely head for the candy aisle.

At least that's what candy manufacturers hope they will do in response to savvy new packaging that boasts "low-fat," "no-fat" and "reduced calorie."

Today's packaging often promotes the healthier aspects of the product. Packages of Dream candy bars, by Sorbee, for instance, tout that it has just 3 grams of fat and 90 calories per serving. And Sweet Escapes, by Hershey, proclaims

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