Fran Katz

Standing in front of a vending machine, quarters in hand and hunger gnawing away while the train whistles in the near distance is not always the best position for one interested in nutrition. But according to a recent survey, in the United States, workers clocked 1,966 hours of work last year, up from 1,883 in 1980, and that probably means earlier trains and later returns and a fast commute through the drive-by window or to a gas station convenience mart. What to do?

How Nutritious?” Meets “How Convenient?”Food product developers are q…



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