UK: Indulgent "health products" not the answer for the calorie conscious consumer
Low fat and reduced calorie snacks, cakes and biscuits are becoming increasingly popular and a new study by market analysts Mintel has found that weight conscious consumers are increasingly turning to these indulgent "health foods." Nutritionists insist however that such products are only helping people to mislead themselves about dieting and the role of "health foods."
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