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Tropicana wants more people to drink its juice, so it's extending a carrot — and a bushel of other vegetables.
Dieters have learned an important lesson: When you take the fat and calories out of your favorite treats, you sometimes say goodbye to the taste too. But snack brands like Dreyer's/Edy's ice cream, Hershey's chocolate and Lay's potato chips are trying to solve this age-old dilemma.
Russians prefer their Lay's potato chips dusted in caviar and crab flavors. The Chinese like their Oreos stuffed with mango and orange cream. And in Spain, Kellogg's All-Bran cereal is served floating in hot coffee instead of cold milk.