Time-tight consumers are searching the aisles for convenient products. Portability and easy-handling is a priority for snacking on the go, simple and easier mixes for baking and fast cereal and bar options for breakfast. Consumers have no time to waste and industry cannot waste time in catering to this fast-lane lifestyle.
BakeryandSnacks presents a round-up of product launches, relaunches and innovations that caught our eye in April
Meat snack manufacturer Duke’s Smoked Meats has revealed its expectations for "aggressive growth" after securing listings for its Smoked Shorty Sausages in select Target stores across the US. ...
Snacks subscription service Graze.com has extended into the bagged snacks market with six products launching in stores next month.
A high-profile marketing push announced by PepsiCo in January gave US shoppers the chance to reshape the Lays potato chip line-up – and they have voted to keep it as...
Cereal manufacturers will continue to diversify through acquisitions and by switching resources to other parts of the breakfast market, according to analysts Lux Research.
Born out of Motor City, Detroit, LiveSmart Bars is set to steer two new bar lines - the Simply Smart Bar and Smart Kids - across the US.
Netherlands-based Enzymes supplier DSM has developed a new glucose oxidase for bakeries to improve the stability of products during fermentation.
McCormick & Co has abandoned its plans to take over Premier Foods, owner of number one UK cake brand Mr Kipling.
Algerian manufacturer Maravilla has updated its production systems to meet the changing demands of the local snacks market.
Vermont Smoke & Cure has extended its range with a smaller meat stick and secured a nationwide listing with Target.
UK supermarket chain Sainsbury’s is axing its Brand Match pricing scheme in favor of an everyday low pricing policy.
Mr Kipling owner Premier Foods has revealed strategies to grow its on-the-go and US cakes businesses.
Increased innovation and better-for-you reformulation have been tipped as ways to boost growth in the US snack pellets market.
With sales of healthy snack bars booming in the US, industry experts predict vegetables and savory flavors could become key weapons in maintaining growth.
barkTHINS plans to continue pioneering the snacking chocolate category by launching its latest variant: dark chocolate peanut with sea salt.
Chicago-based startup Think Jerky has set its sights on generating $1m in revenue in its first year on the market.
PepsiCo has extended its Quaker brand snacks bars into the US breakfast market with Quaker Breakfast Flats.
Indonesian business Sekar Laut is seeking a US manufacturer to help launch its crackers as a ready-to-eat snack in the American market.
Here we present an overview of the retail sales performance of the largest brands in key sectors of the US snack bars market in 2015, featuring IRI data showing the...
Universal Picture's smash-hit Minions characters helped boost revenues at UK bakery business Finsbury Food Group to more than £150m ($211m) in the first half of its financial year.
Food importer and processor Western Commodities is ramping up its finished products business following the debut of snack bar brand Good Full Stop.
US distributor Sysco has acquired European foodservice business Brakes Group for $3.1bn.
Tesco is to sell only straight croissants from this week – claiming UK shoppers have lost their appetite for the traditional crescent-shaped variety.
United Biscuits is launching a £15m ($21.5m) marketing push for its Jacob’s savory snack brand in the UK focused on how the products make consumers feel.
Kellogg says it has a ‘huge opportunity’ to grow its snacks business in North America through smaller formats and new retail channels.