The company displayed the latest additions to its $2bn snacking portfolio at the National Association of Convenience Stores (NACS) show, with both old-school and modern brands adding SKUs and entering new sub-categories.
Established names look to all-in-one snack packs and new categories for c-store growth, while healthier choices make a push for their place in this grab-and-go channel. Sneak a peek at what we’ve seen this week at the National Association of Convenience...
The easy-bake brand, owned by Continental Mills, added two gluten-free cake mixes, plus a mix for pancakes and chocolate chip cookies to its portfolio to satiate consumers ‘clamoring’ for allergen-friendly products.
Convenience foods continue to go natural, healthy and even 100% fresh, from snackable grape tomatoes to edamame trail mix and squeezable smoothies. BakeryandSnacks takes a look at the new products hitting shelves.
Mintel has revealed that modern takes on sustainability, health and wellness, and convenience will be the biggest influences of innovation next year, the latter certainly opening opportunities for the bakery and snacks sectors.