Younger Consumers Have Large Influence on Snacking Marketplace, States Canadean in Its Report Available at

06 Jun 2016 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – With snacking becoming increasingly popular, people often include snacks into their everyday dietary routines.

Some of them perceive snacks as a source of necessary energy or a nutritional boost since they do not have enough time to consume a more substantial meal.

Besides, snacks are able to give an emotional boost when a person is stress or needs a small indulgence or a treat.

However, some people consume snacks not because they have particular psychological or functional needs. Their snacking scenarios are based on different occasions, be they a sporting event, a watching of a movie, etc.

Understanding of snacking motivations of younger consumers is crucial for snack market players – younger people tend to buy snacks more often that others and their preferences and purchase behavior have strong impact other consumers.

Topical research study “Top Trends in Snacks, Confectionery, and Desserts; Exploring consumer and innovation trends in key categories” prepared by Canadean offers detailed insights into major trends shaping snacks, desserts and confectionery sectors. The report covers best examples innovations in this space. It also casts light on key consumer segments.

Reasons to Buy:

  • get access to information on latest trends and developments in this space;
  • learn factors that drive this marketplace;
  • find out which innovative products have recently emerged ;
  • gain insights into major consumer segments that are slated to become a focus of innovation.

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