USA: Pork snacks sales boom in US due to new diet fad
US sales of pork scratchings are booming, boosted by a health trend that encourages high-protein, low-carbohydrate snack food.Thanks to advice from weight-loss gurus such as Dr Robert Atkins, whose diet regimen includes fried pig skin dipped in sour cream, pork rind sales grew 18 per cent last year - triple the growth rate of the snack-food industry as a whole.
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