Consumer Snacking - UK - May 2019
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This report looks at consumers’ snacking habits, defined as eating between meals. The report will look at snacking at home, elsewhere (eg at work) and on the go (eg when travelling), as well as consumers’ snacking motivations, preferences and their attitudes towards snacks.
Kids’ snacking habits are not covered in this report, being discussed in Mintel’s Kids’ Snacking – UK, November 2018 report and the upcoming Children’s Eating Habits – UK, June 2019 report. However, references to kids’ snacking and snacks may be made where relevant.
“Strong openness to healthier characteristics in indulgent snacks offers good news for the industry as it faces PHE’s sugar and calorie reduction targets. That snacks are widely seen as a good way to boost your nutritional intake signals scope for healthier formulations to also focus on ‘positive’ nutritional credentials to win favour, moving the dialogue beyond just controlling sugar, fat or calories.”
– Anita Winther, Research Analyst
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