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Food and foodservice Market Research

Mintel's food and foodservice market research reports give you a taste for success in one of the world's fastest-moving industries. From processing to packaging, fast food to frozen, our research and analysis gives you detailed data on every market segment and unrivalled insight into the future of what, how, where and when we eat. Feed your mind and the rest will follow.

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  1. Snack Food in US (2015) – Market Sizes

    • Market Data
    • October 2015
    • US
    Snack Food in US by Mintel Market Sizes provides you with annual year-end market size data, most recently updated in 2015. This market covers packaged snacks comprising crisps, snack nuts and other snacks. Market size comprises sales through all retail channels including direct ...
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  2. Snacking in Foodservice - US - June 2015

    • Consumer Report
    • June 2015
    • US

    The limited service specialty snack segment is growing, as consumers continue to snack on-the-go and enjoy the variety of foods and beverages that snack shops offer. Snacking in LSRs (limited-service restaurants) can be healthful or indulgent, but customization is the key ...

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  3. Frozen Snacks - US - April 2015

    • Consumer Report
    • April 2015
    • US

    "The frozen snacks market continues its relatively flat performance of recent years, as consumers find other snacking options increasingly palatable in terms of convenience, flavor, and nutrition, leaving frozen snacks relatively few new consumer bases to mine."

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  4. Snacking Motivations and Attitudes - US - April 2015

    • Consumer Report
    • April 2015
    • US

    "Nearly all Americans snack, especially younger adult consumers who also are more likely to have increased their snacking frequency over the last year. Snacking may also be replacing standard daily meals, and this behavior is likely to continue."

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  5. Chips, Salsa and Dips - US - January 2015

    • Consumer Report
    • January 2015
    • US

    “As many consumers are migrating away from processed foods toward fresher options, they may be less concerned about fat, salt, or calorie counts than artificial ingredients and preservatives.''

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  6. Salty Snacks - US - January 2015

    • Consumer Report
    • January 2015
    • US

    “While some consumers look for BFY snacks, the top reasons for buying salty snacks are as a treat or to satisfy a craving, indicating there is room in the market for both healthy and indulgent salty snacks.” 

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