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Breakfast

Rustling up a breakfast

MICROWAVE snack brand  Rustlers is rolling out its new All Day Breakfast Sausage Muffin from this 

Porridge ticks trend boxes

Winter is most definitely porridge weather and Hamlyns has been making the most of the association with a seasonal competition.

A cinnamon snack solution

SNACK bar brand Fibre One has extended its range with the launch of a new cinnamon variety.

A little bit of berry in a bowl

Weetabix rolls out a new flavour

Naked breakfast

ANCIENT grains are where it’s at in 2018 according to Rude Health, and the firm has launched a new porridge made from naked barley.

Rise and shine

Category advice from Warburtons

Trying out a continental commute

The food-to-go opportunity at breakfast is not to be sniffed at according to Aryzta Food

Buttering up for breakfast

WHERE are customers eating their breakfast? It’s a question worth asking when deciding what to stock and Neil Stewart of Dairy Crest may have the answer.

Oatfully big prizes

QUAKER Oats has hit the ground running in 2018 with the launch of the brand’s biggest ever on-pack promotion.

Drinks up in the morning

Breakfast drinks had a spectacular 2017 according to Refresco, with volume sales up by 37.7% on the previous year.

Scaling the muesli range

ALPEN is embarking on an NPD adventure straight out the gate in 2018

Leave it out at breakfast

CEREAL giant Kellogg has announced that by the end of this year it will have overhauled its products to help Britons make healthier choices at breakfast

Heating up breakfast time

KERRY Foods, the firm behind Wall’s, is looking to heat things up in the breakfast-to-go sub-category with the launch of two new breakfast rolls.

Lucy Meck is cracking on

BRITISH Lion egg ambassador Lucy Meck has been encouraging consumers to eat an egg each day as part of a healthy diet.

Perking up breakfast with Percol

The team behind Percol coffee reckons there’s a real opportunity for retailers to cash in with a more premium coffee range.

It’s a free-from fry-up

Quorn suggests its range of meat-free sausages, bacon and sausage patties can appeal to shoppers looking for a nutritious breakfast.