DALLAS -- Supermarkets will continue to lose salty snack market share to other classes of trade in the years ahead, predicts an official with the ACNielsen sales tracking organization. He also said sales of pretzels may have peaked.
"The snack food category is continuing to grow in supermarkets, but the growth rate is lower than what we experienced in 1994 and 1993," said Gary F. Crisafulli, Nielsen's vice president, group account director, when he spoke about the future of the snack food ...
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