Chew on this: Packaging trends for new sweets and snacks: Page 2 of 10

Jenni Spinner in Food Packaging on May 30, 2018

2. Solo snacking

During the first Tuesday morning session at the expo, Sally Lyons Wyatt, evp and practice leader of IRI, told attendees snacking tends to be a solitary experience—the average American snacks 2.5 times a day, and younger generations snack even more. Offering single-serve options (especially ones that intersect with an increased interest in healthy choices) are on the climb. Cookies are among these, including Cookie+ Protein and ProSupps’ MyCookie.


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