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Food and foodservice Market Research

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  1. Cereal, Energy and Snack Bars - Europe - November 2010

    Value sales of cereal, energy and snack bars reported double-digit growth in the review countries between 2005 and 2009, with the exception of Germany. However, growth slowed down in recent years and is expected to remain as such during the forecast period (2010-14).

    Healthy snacks targeted at ...

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    £1,407.00 (Excl.Tax)
    Consumer Report
    November 2010
  2. Cereal and Snack Bars - US - March 2010

    The cereal and snack bar segment has posted strong performance over the last five years, with sales increasing nearly 50% behind a flurry of new product activity that peaked in 2007. Since that time things have cooled off considerably. The total number of new product launches is down, and sales ...

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    £3,435.47 (Excl.Tax)
    Consumer Report
    March 2010
  3. Cereal Bars - UK - February 2010

    • Simply toning down the sweetness in cereal bars could win over 3.6 m adults who shun the bars for being too sweet.
    • Bigger is better. Larger cereal bars have the potential to attract over four million adults. This group doesn’t eat cereal bars as they prefer something more substantial.
    • Sharper price ...

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    £1,995.00 (Excl.Tax)
    Consumer Report
    February 2010