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Healthy Snacks on the horizon, says NPD Group

…rends to snack more — and snack more healthfully. Generation Z, ages 0-23, Millennials (Generation Y), ages 24-37, and Generation X, ages 38-48 have a craving for snacks in-between meals, at meals, or in lieu of a meal, based on NPD Group’s ongoing food consumption research. Salty, sweet, high, low, or no calories are all contenders for attention, as long as they have a perceived health benefit. Protein, natural, or no-sugar or reduced-sugar are a…


Holiday Stationstores Adds Fresh Appeal With New Foodservice Offer

…continued. “That’s particularly true to the discerning female consumer and Millennials these days.” Minnesota-based Holiday has stores in nine Midwest states and Alaska, and chose a cross-section of 20 locations in the Twin Cities area for an initial in-store sampling of the new items. “We did the sampling right away,” Blackey recalled. “We wanted people to really have an opportunity to taste and see. Once they tasted and tried it, we thought they…


Healthier Child Snacking Trends

…reats. The trend toward more childhood snacking mirrors changes in the way millennials and older consumers are eating today. Adults are increasingly opting for snacks between, and often instead of, meals. And, as they snack more, they’re making more nutritious choices. Last year, fruits and vegetables ranked second and third respectively on NPD Group’s list of foods Americans eat most. Yogurt, nutrition bars and fresh fruit are increasingly becomi…