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Snacks Are Helping Lead the Future of FoodNovember 18, 2019

Global snacking is on the rise as more consumers opt for snacks over meals to fulfill evolving needs, and that is helping lead the future of food. According to Mondelez International's first-ever State of Snacking report, six in 10 adults worldwide (59 percent) said they prefer to eat many small meals throughout the day, as opposed to a few larger ones, with younger consumers especially leaning…

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Can better-for-you junk food dominate the snack segment?October 24, 2019

Snack makers are catering to this demographic by turning out better-for-you versions of those familiar goodies. Consumers are picking up vegan and gluten-free MadeGood crispy squares instead of Rice Krispies Treats, Tree Hugger vegan, nut- and dairy-free lollipops rather than Charm Blow Pops, and Annie's Organic Cheddar Bunnies with real cheese in place of Goldfish snacks. Although snack…

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Tackling the taste-health paradox, Indian snack manufacturers advised to focus on healthApril 16, 2019

Snack manufacturers in India have been advised to take a health and wellness and localisation approach to snack production to appeal to local consumers. "Brands can tap into this by offering snacks that provide indulgences along with health and taste in today's world". Data revealed that 46% of grocery shoppers preferred local branads over global ones... To continue reading this article, please…

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I tried a dozen stress-relief snacks, tinctures and teas. So why am I still anxious?January 14, 2019

The reasons I’m stressed out are your reasons, too: too little time, and even less money. Deadlines. Relationships of all types. Aches and pains, insomnia. The general state of the world. It’s all a bit much, isn’t it? I could use a drink. Not that kind of a drink. No, the drinks I’ve found myself chugging as if I were a college freshman on spring break don’t have any booze, but they do have…

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