CONVENIENCE SAID TO OUTWEIGH NUTRITION IN U.S. EATING HABITS

ATLANTA -- Changes in the eating habits of Americans are being driven far more by a need for convenience than concerns about nutrition.That is according to David Jenkins, vice president of NPD Group, Park Ridge, Ill., a market research firm that works with several food marketers."Most of America is not fit and eating healthy. Changing behavior about food consumption is not because people are being

ATLANTA -- Changes in the eating habits of Americans are being driven far more by a need for convenience than concerns about nutrition.

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