The strongest growth of snack foods eaten at meals will be in the healthy category, including items such as yogurt and fresh fruit.
As more consumers opt for healthy snacks either in addition to or in lieu of full-course meals, restaurants can capitalize by altering their menu, adding smaller plates with healthier ingredients and pricing those items appropriately. Millennials—soon to be the majority of your dining public—are not only increasingly calorie conscious, they’re price conscious as well. This means more snack foods will be eaten at main mealtimes over the next five years, according to recent ...
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