South Beach Living

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South Beach Living was a low-carbohydrate line of foods from Kraft Foods that was based on the South Beach Diet.

In 2004, Kraft Foods licensed the South Beach Diet trademark for use on a low-carb line of packaged foods called South Beach Diet. The line was renamed South Beach Living. These products were designed to meet the requirements of the diet. The foods included such items as frozen TV dinners, frozen pizza, refrigerated wraps, salad dressings, candy, South Beach diet bars and more.[1] Most of the South Beach diet meals contained between 200 and 400 calories. They were discontinued in 2009.

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