Fifty percent of all eating occasions are snacks, with the traditional three squares a day composing the other half of eating occasions, said Laurie Demeritt, CEO of the Hartman Group, at an FMI Connect session on Wednesday. “Foods that traditionally were thought as snacks are now being eaten as meals; things that were eaten as meals were now being eaten as snacks,” she said. “We believe when we talk to our clients that you don’t necessarily want to tell a consumer ...

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