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Lower-Calorie Foods and Beverages Fuel Growth at Healthy Weight Commitment Foundation Companies

Hank Cardello & Jeffrey Wolfson

This newest study takes a second look at whether the Healthy Weight Commitment Foundation member companies are continuing to make progress in increasing the sales and availability of lower-calorie items, and how that trend is influencing total company sales and other success metrics.

Increasing sales of lower-calorie products— in absolute terms and relative to higher-calorie products—is an indicator that companies are shifting their product portfolios toward foods and beverages containing fewer calories.

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