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Snack trends walk the fine line between indulgence and health amid COVID-19
General Mills has expanded the flavor profile of its Chex Mix Max’d line of snacks. In addition to Spicy Dill and Buffalo Ranch,
New shapes and textures—including more puffed and extruded; super crunchy; ultra-light; and dual-textured snacks
Consumers are increasingly pivoting from the typical 'three meals a day with snacks in between' format.
Dunkaroos from General Mills. General Mills launched Dunkaroos this spring, bringing back the cookie and icing combo popular in the ’90s to c-stores
Healthier profiles are becoming table stakes in the snacking game, according to Packaged Facts.
Premier Protein’s Crunchy Nut Bars are packed with 12 grams of protein, 6 to 7 grams of fiber and 4 grams of sugar.
The coronavirus pandemic was more than a health scare. It also drove an economic downturn, pushing the U.S. into a recession with stock market challenges and double-digit unemployment.
The coronavirus put an added emphasis on health. But despite consumers moving toward better-for-you snacks in recent years, indulgence remains a key driver in the salty-snack market
Consumers are looking for snacks that are bolder, spicier, unique and have unexpected flavor combinations and global flavors
Category sales performance in Beverages, Candy, General Merchandise, Packaged Food/Foodservice and Snacks.
Will c-store sales and profit streaks overcome the forces of change?
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