How snacking became respectable
from The Wall Street Journal
As parents take their children back-to-school shopping this year, it isn't just new jeans and notebooks that will be checked off the list, but also booty for the pantry: snacks to help bridge the gap between the end of the school day and dinner. When it comes to American eating, snacking is ubiquitous — at home, at work, everywhere. But snacking wasn't always such a regular or accepted part of the American eating routine.
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