Low-carb diets set for slower rise
Consumers may once again turn to low-carbohydrate diets to shed unwanted
pounds this month, but the trend is unlikely to be as significant for
food and beverage manufacturers as it was last year, according to the
findings of a Morgan Stanley survey.
Morgan Stanley’s consumer staples analysts surveyed 2,500 U.S. adults in
late December. About 13 percent of those surveyed expected to start a
diet in early 2005, and about one-third of those were expecting to
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