Brands ready to make the most of on-the-go demand
Snacks with added protein are booming in the UK according to Fulfil Nutrition.
Nature's Finest is hoping to tap into increasing demand for healthier snack options, teasing a programme of NPD to come later this year.
Coffee biscuit brand Lotus Biscoff has launched a new on-the-go pack format.
Unilever puts weight behind hot snacks
Younger shoppers are driving growth in food to go, according to Saputo Dairy UK.
General Mills has joined forces with 11 UK convenience retailers in a bid to boost the profile of ‘better for you’ snacks.
Pastry can shine at breakfast
Costcutter launches 66-page food to go focused guide
Research and training firm IGD predicts growth for food to go in the UK, with c-stores set to grow market share
Symington’s has launched its new Twistd brand – offering a range of pot snacks and pouches that pack in flavours from across the globe.
Last October, Japanese snack manufacturer Calbee purchased Seabrook Crisps, opening up a new route to the UK market for savoury treats from Japan .
Kepak eyes food to go growth in convenience .
The unplanned purchase is key to impulse success and milk-based drinks .
Costcutter retailers looking to spice up their food to go offer should look to the Co-op own label range .
Brioche brand is going well .