A Healthier Trip to the Supermarket

The aisles are filled with a growing number of nutritional options — and packaged doesn't always mean unhealthy. Here are five places to look on your next shopping trip

Cheap junk food has never been hard to find — it overflows in supermarkets, corner stores and even gas stations. But Americans' burgeoning interest in healthier eating has prompted a surge in the availability of healthier foods, which have long battled for supermarket shelf space with saltier, sweeter alternatives. Fruits and veggies are being packaged in new forms, without spoiling their nutritional value. Last year manufacturers introduced more than 400 whole-grain products, according to ProductScan research, and hundreds more are coming out this year. Some are just slightly less junkier version of sugar-loaded snacks, but others are worth trying. If you'd...

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