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Americans Continue Eating Nutritious and Convenient Snacks Despite Tough Economic Times
Date:1/16/2009

YUBA CITY, Calif., Jan. 16 /PRNewswire/ -- It's no secret that the economic landscape is changing the way we think, shop and eat. But, are you willing to sacrifice your well-being and that of your family? If you're anything like other consumers in a recent nationwide study conducted by Tootelian & Associates, you will continue consuming nutritious, convenient and all-natural snacks. There are many healthy snacks on the market, as well as many grab-and-go options, but Sunsweet Ones(TM), individually wrapped prunes, provide the best of both worlds. Ones are the ultimate superfruit -- each serving is packed with antioxidants, fiber and potassium, meeting your diet and lifestyle needs.

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As creatures of habit, it is often hard to create new diet regimens for ourselves. That's why Sunsweet teamed up with registered dietitians Cheryl Forberg, RD and Carolyn O'Neil, MS, RD to provide tips and tools toward building a healthier you in 2009. Sunsweet has dedicated http://www.SunsweetSwap.com to feature new tips and resources from Forberg and O'Neil for healthy snacking in the new year. At http://www.SunsweetSwap.com, you will learn the benefits of the increasingly popular superfruit, Ones, individually wrapped prunes. SunsweetSwap.com allows you to compare what you gain in vitamins and minerals (and lose in fat and calories) when you swap out your current convenient snack for Ones. While on the Sunsweet Swap, you can also take the Swap Quiz to test your healthy snacking IQ.

In today's tough economic times, it's hard to not be focused on the mighty dollar, but according to the December 2008 Tootelian & Associates study, other Americans are keeping
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