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Foodservice Wake-Up Call: Cereal Struggles to Bowl over Consumers

Let's Chat Snacks Posted on Feb 6, 2018 8:00:00 AM

Soggy sales are putting a damper on the cereal market, sinking business for some major brands. The popularity of this once-perennial staple has been declining for years as consumer preferences have shifted to better-for-you and grab-and-go breakfast options.

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Topics: Breakfast, Better-for-You, Breakfast Biscuits, Bars, belVita Breakfast Biscuits, OREO, Foodservice Industry, Retail

Brand Slam: Covering the Bases of Branded Snack Trends

Let's Chat Snacks Posted on Sep 11, 2017 8:00:00 AM

Challenges and opportunities loom large for big food sellers. While the 25 largest players feasted on 63% of $495 billion in U.S. food and beverage sales in 2016, their share declined from 66% in 2012.1 Private label products, meanwhile, have seen a 3.5% year-over-year expansion of shelf space since 2012.1 Increasing price pressure from upstart store brands and retailers insisting on lower prices are turning up the competitive heat.1

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Topics: Millennials, Mobile, Gen Z, Better-for-You, Social Media, Retail, Packaging

Raising the Bar: Breakfast Bars as a Better-For-You Snack Trend

Let's Chat Snacks Posted on Dec 26, 2016 8:00:00 AM

Diversified, delicious and nutritious, breakfast bars and snack bar varieties are a dream-come-true for foodservice operators who want to offer snack options that cater to their customers’ busy lifestyles. As a go-to snack source for on-the-go consumers who gravitate toward quick treats with enough nutritional value to replace a sit-down meal, the bar category is booming.

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Topics: Millennials, Mobile, Breakfast, Better-for-You, Gluten-Free, Non-GMO, Menu Strategy, Retail, Food & Beverage, Operations

Anything is Snackable if the Size is Right

Let's Chat Snacks Posted on Jul 18, 2016 8:00:00 AM

Size matters, at least when it comes to pushing snack purchases. Consumers agree that anything can be a snack, as long as it’s a small portion size.1 It’s true. Miniaturizing your menu can maximize your opportunity to entice the 94% of adults who snack at least once a day.2

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Topics: Snacking, Snack, Retail

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