Large manufacturers are producing mid-calorie products that have more fat and calories than diet versions, but less than the originals, according to the Associated Press. Pepsi and Dr Pepper released mid-calorie drinks last year. Hershey's and Lay's come out with mid-calorie versions of their products this summer. And Dreyer's/Edy's ice cream, has started marketing it's slow churned ice cream as a mid-calorie option. Full article.