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Snack Market Research

Mintel’s snacks market research reports provide a comprehensive and extensive overview of the marketplace including information on the snacks market size and snacks market share.


Mintel’s snacks industry reports can help you gain further insight into the snacks market trends and gain valuable snacks consumer data.


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  1. Crisps and Snacks - UK - January 2009

    The last Mintel report on crisps and snacks pointed to steady growth in the market based on a shift in consumption from children to adults. Growth in the market has exceeded these earlier expectations, despite continued pressure to reduce snacking behaviour among both children and adults in a ...

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    Consumer Report
    January 2009
    UK
  2. Fruit and Vegetables - UK - January 2009

    While an already large market, demand for fruit and vegetables continues to expand to the benefit of all three main sectors profiled (fresh, frozen and canned). Much of the recent increase in volumes has resulted from the trend towards healthier eating as well as the push being given by the UK ...

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    Consumer Report
    January 2009
    UK
  3. Salty Snacks - US - August 2009

    Salty snacks is a mature market with sales totalling $17.7 billion in 2009. Amid the sinking US economy, salty snacks have proven to be a recession-proof category. In fact, the pace of growth picked up as the economy worsened.

    This report discusses how consumer trends, the lagging economy, and ...

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    Consumer Report
    August 2009
    US
  4. Nuts and Dried Fruit - US - July 2009

    The nuts and dried fruit market hasn’t had to suffer the ups and downs, image-wise, that other snack foods have. Long accepted as genuinely healthy snack foods, the market has survived as Americans move from one diet trend to the next, and even thrived at the height of the low-carb diet.

    This ...

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    Consumer Report
    July 2009
    US
  5. Healthy Snacking - US - June 2009

    Representing a wide variety of foods, the market for healthy snacks was valued at $29 billion in 2008. Sales grew by 17% from 2003-08 but there was zero growth in sales at inflation-adjusted prices. This report addresses issues of key concern to manufacturers, marketers, and distributors of ...

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    Consumer Report
    June 2009
    US
  6. Fruit - US - February 2009

    This report focuses on the U.S. fruit market. In addition to presenting sales data by segment, supplier and brand, the report considers a range of topics, including:

    • The size of the market and its growth potential
    • How the economic downturn and rising prices are impacting the fruit market
    • The changing ...

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    Consumer Report
    February 2009
    US
  7. Biscuits - UK - July 2009

    This report assesses the performance of the biscuits market. Faced with the challenge of rising ingredients costs in 2008, sweet and non-sweet biscuits have grown by 11.7% and 16% respectively between 2007 and 2009 to take the overall UK retail market for biscuits to an estimated £2.1 billion.

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    Consumer Report
    July 2009
    UK
  8. Side Dishes - US - June 2009

    In many households, side dishes are often an afterthought to the main course. However, in 2008, the segment grew by 10% compared to 2007 as cash-strapped consumers looked for ways to stretch their food dollars and add some variety to the in-home dining experience during tough economic times.

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    Consumer Report
    June 2009
    US
  9. Sandwiches and Other Lunchtime Foods - UK - March 2009

    Changing working patterns and the economic downturn are having a radical effect on the market for lunchtime foods. The time available for lunch at work is decreasing and an increasing proportion of workers are eating at their desks or skipping lunch altogether, relying on snacking throughout the ...

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    Consumer Report
    March 2009
    UK
  10. Nutrition and Energy Bars - US - March 2009

    Thanks to numerous new product introductions, an increased interest in healthy snacking and exercise, diet fatigue and American’s on-the-go lifestyle, nutrition and energy bars have experienced moderate growth since 2003. Nutrition and energy bars seem to have one up on competition such as yogurt, ...

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    Consumer Report
    March 2009
    US
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