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Better-For-You Foods: An Opportunity to Improve Public Health and Increase Food Industry Profits

Hank Cardello

Two recent studies by the Hudson Institute, a nonpartisan policy research
organization, show how these companies can succeed both in satisfying
increased consumer demand for healthier foods and beverages and improving
their bottom lines

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