Americans have been snacking more than ever this year as we all continue to stay at home and as those confirmed cases of covid 19 see an uptick into the end of the year now according to Frito-lay 66 of Americans actually keep more snacks in their houses compared to pre-pandemic levels there’s a few things that have to do with that it’s the fact that fewer people are going out to grocery stores
they want to limit their covid 19 exposure and in addition to that they also you know are looking for those sweet salty indulgences as we’re learning and working from home this means a big boost for brands like general mills and Pepsico Frito-lay, in particular, a Pepsico subsidiary brand saying that tosido sales in their last quarter saw double-digit growth and now a similar story at Kellogg’s behind brands like cheez-its and pringles in the fall months people actually snacked more than compared to April. Furthermore, May and March too notwithstanding that they’re likewise arriving at new family units seeing new client development
People are heading to the grocery store more and less to dine out to eat now in addition to that as we make way to 2021 a few data intelligence firms are keeping an eye on close trends one of those close trends are taste and enjoyment looking for new exotic flavors, fewer people are traveling to those exotic places and in addition to that fewer people dining out and in addition, to that alternative food trends like beyond meat products impossible foods Oatly another thing to keep a close eye on as health and wellness, Wellness makes way into the new year.
The Snacking Trends, A lot of us sitting at home eating everything to not necessarily healthy but there’s also a comeback of 90 snacks.
Over the summer dunkaroos made a huge comeback they were actually widely successful the launch of those products now being turned into a cookie dough product and in addition to that keep a close eye on general mills seeing a huge boom in cereals as many of us stay at home so there’s going to be a dunkaroo’s cereal. It’ll be a bit sweet but we’re excited now in addition to that another product that we’re seeing is Doritos actually making the comeback of their 1990s classic Doritos 3d crunch. This was debuted in a super bowl commercial, These are actually a 3d sort of puff edition of their Doritos definitely high in sodium but really tasty and he’s trying to capture the attention of gen z millennials.