Snacking Occasion

Canadian consumers are snacking between meals slightly more often now than in 2016 as they increasingly rely on snacks to get them through their days. Consumers’ snack consideration set is also evolving, and now includes a wider variety of foods and beverages. Uncover shifts in consumption and discover what drives snack purchases with the 2018 Canadian Snacking Occasion Consumer Trend Report. Drive growth by leveraging key industry and concept trend analysis along with actionable data from more than 1,000 consumers.

Report Benefits:

  • Boost Snack Consumption: Understand snacking occasion dynamics and when/where consumers snack and how this is shifting
  • Innovate Your Menu: Identify the types of food and beverages consumers snack on and how snack consumption differs by daypart
  • Understand Purchasing Behaviors: Discover motivations for snacking and how price, health and more impact snack purchasing decisions
  • Explore Consumer Decisions: Learn about snack patronage and satisfaction at leading restaurant chains and retail foodservice locations

Report Features:

  • Full report narrative in PowerPoint format
  • Access to consumer survey
  • Full access to the Ignite online platform to navigate through report
  • Consumer data sets in excel
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