New products tap into food-replacement trend

04/8/2013 | National Public Radio

A growing number of nutrient-enriched drinks are being marketed to the subset of people who can't eat regular food -- or who simply find food preparation and eating too bothersome. "Some feel overwhelmed by all the choices," says Amanda Holliday, assistant professor of nutrition at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. "Others feel defeated by having to choose something healthy."

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