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Putting better-for-you snacks on display

Retailers, suppliers increase visibility to meet consumer demands for high-protein, low-sugar snacks

As retailers and manufacturers reformulate their snack foods to position them as more healthful, supermarket operators are making it easier for customers to find and select them in the store.

At Sacramento, Calif.-based Raley’s, for example, the company is rolling out a new shelf-tag program this fall that will help customers identify better-for-you items and find foods that meet their specific dietary preferences.

“Mike Teel, our CEO, has the philosophy that we ne

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