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Taste remains the major driver behind snack selection. Pic: ©GettyImages/pixelfit

The future of salty snacks 2019: Mintel

By Gill Hyslop

As the popularity of snacking continues, consumers are balancing their desires for health and indulgence. Marcia Mogelonsky, director of Insight, Food and Drink, Mintel, shares with BakeryandSnacks her annual review of the salty snack industry.

Healthy snacking bars offer producers diverse opportunities to answer a myriad of consumer demands. Pic: ©GettyImages/Roman Samokhin

The snacking shift: Raising the bar for health

By Gill Hyslop

With healthy snacking now a mainstream trend, nutrition bars are expected to grow in popularity, particularly as manufacturers find new ways to incorporate protein without compromising on taste, texture and nutrition, says Paul O’Mahony, product strategic...

Protein will remain the top trend in snacks for 2019. Pic: AMCO Proteins

Protein still reigns as top trend in healthy snacks

By Gill Hyslop

In 2018, the snacking industry saw huge changes: more protein, more fiber, more fat, cleaner labels and ingredient transparency were just a few trends. Jeffrey Bernstein, research scientist for AMCO Proteins, discusses the trends forecast for 2019.

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