Wednesday, October 23, 2019
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Porridge bucking the trend with breakfast growth
Price marked pack mars drinks

Milking sales in the chiller

Traditional dairy based drinks have remained consistently popular with c-store customers.
Yakult in bottles

Stepping up investment

Yakult expands “Science not Magic” campaign

Oodles of new noodles

Pot snack brand lands in the UK with a six strong range .

Cheesy prize up for grabs

Consumers have until the end of this month to be in with a chance of winning one of 1,000 prizes offered with an on-pack Dairylea promotion .

Just the bear neccesities

Snack brand Pom Bear has returned to TV screens with a new advert that emphasises its free-from credentials .

Going further with food to go

Advice on how to make the most of snacking .

New FTG options for retailers

Foodservice manufacturer Lomond has added another range to its food-to-go selection .

You can put a price on your health

Castillo claims the rise in fitness bloggers and online celebrities has lead to more consumers than ever aiming to make healthier consumption choices, with protein proving to be particularly popular .

Crackers are getting skinny

New cracker thins have lighter texture

New look Sunbites packs

Walkers parent firm PepsiCo has revamped its Sunbites range .

Cereal market feeling the heat

Quaker says hot cereals are the future for breakfast .

Mornings made easy by Nestle

Nestle has launched a new Breakfast to Go range, which it claims is the first packaged cereal and milk solution in the UK .

Pastries great for busy breakfasts

Pastry brand Bridor has a key product range, ‘Exravagants’, that it reckons can help c-store retailers make the most of this market .

Porridge is a hit on social media

With #overnightoats trending on Instagram the Scottish staple has a new lease of life .

Evolving with the consumer

Unilever highlights changing consumer preferences as key to its NPD programme

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