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The snack segment will gain $16bn in the next few years, as consumers keep snacking at all times of day. Pic: ©GettyImages/Rimma_Bondarenko

Snacks category outpaces F&B ‘yet again’: IRI

By Kristine Sherred

The ‘snack evolution’ will continue for the foreseeable future as half of consumers are snacking at least three times a day, according to IRI’s Sally Lyons Wyatt.

The Gluten Intolerance Group predicts the industry will plateau within five years as the diet turns to medical necessity over fad. Pic: ©GettyImages/bellabrend

Certification matters now more than ever: Gluten Intolerance Group

By Kristine Sherred

The gluten-free market has tapered off in the past five years as consumer tastes evolve and nutritionists recommend a diet higher in whole grains. However, for three million Americans who are celiacs or gluten-intolerant, the medical reality of a gluten-free...

The future of fine bakery: Kerry delves into the challenge of answering the growing demand for indulgence without the guilt and other topical issues

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The future of fine bakery: Kerry delves into the challenge of answering the growing demand for indulgence without the guilt and other topical issues

By Gill Hyslop

Ireland-based Kerry – one of the world’s largest taste and nutrition companies – hosted its second Innovation Seminar focused on the drivers of innovation in fine bakery goods, including cakes, cookies, crackers and muffins. BakeryandSnack’s Raising Issues...