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United States Alternative Snack Food Nutrition Trends Report 2017 - Research and Markets

 
[12-April-2017]
 

DUBLIN, Apr. 12, 2017 /PRNewswire/ --

Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Snack Food Nutrition Trends: Pulses, Vegetables, and Grains in Salty Snacks and Crackers" report to their offering.

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Snack Food Nutrition Trends: Pulses, Vegetables, and Grains in Salty Snacks and Crackers provides an in depth analysis of alternative ingredient snack products and sales through all channels in the U.S. market, focusing on the key categories of snacks driving the market and highlighting sales trends.

Growth of the alternative ingredient snack market will remain moderate to strong over the next three years through 2019, with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 6.2% to reach sales of $1,700 million.

The increase in number of snackers looking for a healthier alternative will be a strong driver for the market, as will the continued interest in snacks offering flavor and texture variety, which alternative ingredient snacks offer.

Families with children and the younger generational cohorts are driving the market for alternative ingredient snacks. Sales of these snacks within salty snacks and crackers were robust in 2016, growing 5.2% in the year and outpacing overall sales growth in these two snack segments. Vegetable-based snacks (not including potato) has been the fastest growing category, followed by pulse-based snacks. Sales of alternative grain formulation snacks were flat, despite whole grain and multigrain snack formulations being the most popular types of alternative ingredient snacks with consumers.

The use of specific vegetables in formulations and marketing such as sweet potato and spinach are popular, but far outnumbered by the number of products that simply call out the use of vegetables (or veggies) to promote a better-for-you snacking product. Generic bean formulations are also popular, but chickpea-based snacks are the fastest growing subcategory for pulse-based snacks.

The report covers sales of salty snacks and crackers containing pulses such as beans, chickpeas, lentils, and peas, vegetables such as sweet potato, spinach, and kale, and notable grain ingredient formulations such as whole grain, multigrain, and ancient grains. All information and analyses in the report is highly accessible, presented in concise text and easy-to-read and practical charts, tables, and graphs.

Key Topics Covered:

Chapter 1 Executive Summary

  • Key Market Drivers
  • The Alternative Ingredient Snack Market & Forecast
  • Alternative Vegetables Fastest-Growing Category
  • Chickpeas, Vegetable Blends Key Growth Subcategories
  • The Marketers
  • Top Companies Specialize When Marketing Ingredients
  • Key Marketers By Alternative Ingredient Category
  • Marketing Trends
  • Mondelez Launches First New Snack Brand In Over A Decade
  • Demographic Trends
  • Grocery Stores Top Channel Despite Younger Shoppers

Chapter 2 Alternative Ingredient Snack Trends

  • Chickpeas, Vegetable Blends Key Growth Subcategories
  • Flavor/Texture Variety Key Reason For Buying
  • Drivers For Alternative Ingredient Snack Sales
  • Increased Health Awareness In Snackers
  • Young Families With Children
  • Millennials And Gen X
  • Forecast

Chapter 3 The Market

  • Salty Snack Segment Leads Alternative Ingredient Snack Sales
  • Pulse, Alternative Vegetable & Grain Snacks Outpace Market For Growth
  • Alternative Vegetables Are Fastest-Growing Category
  • Alternative Ingredient Snack Skus Struggle To Break $1M Sales Barrier
  • Sku Histogram Analysis By Alternative Ingredient Category

Chapter 4 The Marketers

  • A Note On Rankings
  • Top Alternative Ingredient Snack Marketers
  • Top Companies Specialize When Marketing Ingredients
  • Top Marketers Of Alternative Ingredient Salty Snacks
  • Top Marketers Of Alternative Ingredient Crackers
  • Key Marketers By Alternative Ingredient Category
  • Key Marketers Of Vegetable-Based Salty Snacks & Crackers
  • Key Marketers Of Pulse-Based Salty Snacks & Crackers
  • Key Marketers Of Grain-Based Salty Snacks & Crackers

Chapter 5 Marketing & New Product Trends

  • Marketing Alternate Ingredient Snacks
  • Mondelez Launches First New Snack Brand In Over A Decade
  • Bfy Brands Starts A Rebellion
  • New Pulse-Based Snacks
  • Puffing Up Pulses
  • New Alternative Vegetable-Based Snacks
  • Seaweed & Kale Headline Many New Snacks
  • Wild And Crazy New Veggies
  • New Alternative Grain-Based Snacks

Chapter 6 Retail & Demographic Trends

  • Whole Grain & Multigrain Snacks Most Popular
  • Alternative Ingredient Snacks Appeal To Younger Crowd
  • Children In Household A Major Factor
  • Men More Likely To Eat Alternative Ingredient Snacks
  • Ethnic Background Less Important For Snack Preference
  • Grocery Stores Still Primary Source For Alternative Ingredient Snacks
  • Younger Generations Eschew Grocery, Prefer Convenience & Natural Channels

For more information about this report visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/qqzlgk/snack_food


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