Snacks & Candy

Snacking Drives Trips at C-Store

The global pandemic has accelerated a number of shopping behaviors, but the truth is that consumers have been changing they way they shop for much longer. Digital tools are making purchasing from home, or on-the-go easier, and increasing “mission-based” shopping.  But, even though consumers are changing how they are shopping, snacking continues to make c-stores a destination for consumers.

Snacks & Candy

Hershey Introduces 2 New Kit Kat Flavors

Duos Strawberry + Dark Chocolate and Chocolate Hazelnut Thins both available now

Platform to handle management and optimization for each category

Opinions of soft-drink and beer makers slide in latest ACSI study

Odom, previously with 7-Eleven, Sunoco, joins multi-branded retailer

Christmas treats from Sour Punch, Red Vines and more

Forbes ranking highlights candy maker’s commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion

More than ever, consumers are choosing snacks based as much on when they eat them and the job they do, rather than simply choosing a go-to brand or flavor. Offering snacking options by time of day has become an important part of any snacking portfolio. Satisfying these new occasions requires retailers to choose between offering more brands and more options or relying on power brands to offer innovative snacking options that meet a variety of needs.

Dot’s acquisition will help manufacturer build its salty-snack portfolio

At 1-foot long, latest line addition is largest package of full-sized peanut-butter cups yet

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