Consumer dining habits are shifting from eating three square meals a day to grazing on food throughout the day, a change that is elevating the snacking category to a new level. Click through the "Features" and "Benefits" tabs below to learn how this valuable report helps suppliers and operators capitalize on opportunities.
The latest consumer research: Exclusive Technomic survey of 1,500 consumers. Data collected for 1,000 Canadian consumers is also available.
Comparative survey findings: Comparison data reveals shifts in consumer snack preferences and behavior.
In-depth coverage and analysis of restaurant menus: MenuMonitor, Technomic's exclusive online trend tracking resource, reveals snack menu trends.
Trends, key findings and actionable opportunities: Expert insights into the future of snack offerings to better position your brand and your products for success.
Top 10 Key Themes & Implications: A valuable, all-in-one PPT guide of the study's top takeaways and opportunities to easily identify and share report highlights.
Consumer Data Tables: Easy-to-navigate electronic format includes all consumer interviews tabulated by cluster segments for gender, age, generation, ethnicity, region and household income.
Concept & Snack Profiles: An in-depth presentation containing all report exhibits and corresponding key findings is also available.
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PowerPoint Presentation: An in-depth presentation containing all report exhibits and corresponding key findings is also available.
Understand snack occasion dynamics: Assess when, where and how consumers snack and pinpoint shifts in snacking behavior over the past two years.
Examine snack purchasing decisions and attitudes: Discover where consumers purchase snacks, what drives snacking occasions and what factors are important when choosing a snack.
Support menu and product development: Identify what types of foods and beverages consumers purchase for snacks.
Size up the competition: A comprehensive Competitive Analysis section helps operators better understand how their concept compares to competitors with regard to snacks.