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How do packaging trends in snacks offer growth opportunities?
How do companies solve their packaging challenges for snack foods?

How do packaging trends in snacks offer growth opportunities?

Americans have become snack fanatics, munching more often than eating meals. Although sweet or salty snacks still satisfy, consumers are choosing healthy options a lot more these days. In fact, mindful snacking, along with portable packaging that is often portion controlled, are among the “10 key snack trends to watch,” according to BakeryandSnacks.com.

Packaging Digest would like to help food packagers capitalize on this snacking trend by identifying the best areas for growth. As part of our research, we’d like to know what you think about these packaging possibilities.

Please take our short survey now. We’ll share the results in the next several weeks.

Photo credits:
Popcorn: Background photo created by topntp26 - www.freepik.com
Cookies: Background photo created by dashu83 - www.freepik.com
Yogurt-fruit: Food photo created by freepik - www.freepik.com
Cheese: Food photo created by freepik - www.freepik.com
Nut mix: Background photo created by freestockcenter - www.freepik.com
Beef jerky: Photo credit: Joshua Resnick - adobe.stock.com

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