Gluten-free foods, particularly snacks, are gaining popularity, with less than one-third of consumers saying they buy gluten-free food because of a health condition. "All indications are that gluten-free does have staying power," said Larry Finkel, director of food and beverage research at MarketResearch.com.
Gluten-free shoppers spend big in the snack aisle
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