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savoury snacks

These are all the posts that have been tagged with savoury snacks.

Top five features of 2017

Among the top five Confectioner Comment interviews to appear on Sweets & Savoury Snacks World in 2017 were Joanna Brennan, co-founder of Pump Street Bakery; Zeynep Turudi, founder of Truede; as well as Fulfil founders Tom Gannon and Niall McGrath.

Fine food fair

Earlier this week, I visited the Speciality & Fine Food Fair at Olympia, London, which was a treat for all the senses.

Are gluten-free products healthier?

You may look at this question and think the answer is simple, but as an increasing number of consumers buy into the gluten-free trend, new research suggests that gluten-free products are not always a healthy alternative to regular ones.

Savoury snack showcase

Some 155 exhibitors descended on Vienna, Austria, for the biennial Snackex trade show and conference from 21-22 June. Katie Smith reports.

Changing face of chocolate

It was the end of last year when consumers started to notice the size of their favourite chocolate bars shrinking, and a new study by the UK’s Office for National Statistics (ONS) has finally confirmed what many of us already knew.

Wafer Wednesdays

Having recently returned from Austria for the biennial Snackex exhibition and conference, I’m flying there again today – this time to drive across the border to northern Italy to visit wafer company Loacker.

A snacking revolution

The number one reason US consumers snack is to treat themselves (50%), new research shows, and more than one quarter (28%) says taste is more important than health when choosing a snack.

Halloween confectionery in decline

With the trick or treaters having been and gone for another year, new research suggests that Halloween treats such as chocolate confectionery, gum and sugar confectionery have seen a global decline in consumption over the last few years.

Sugar shortage

As a consumer of sugar, I know full well that I probably take advantage of the commodity when consuming it in my breakfast and hot beverages.

Premium price point

Three in four (73%) of US consumers are willing to pay more for snacks made with high quality ingredients, new research suggests, as the move towards healthier snacking options becomes more evident.