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A Quick Look At New Snacks That Portend Snacking’s Healthful Future

October 19, 2015: 12:00 AM EST
Mintel analysts have pinpointed ten innovative food and drink products they think foreshadow trends of the future. At the top of the list is a new British chip (or, crisp) made of organic green kale leaves with fresh mint, cayenne chili and olive oil dressing, all delivered in a compostable bag. A harbinger of the “free of” trend, it also delivers at least one of the five recommended portions of vegetables. Other heralds of future snacks: a raw, vegan, gluten-free snack bar (Finland); a shelf-stable caffeinated coffee concentrate that can be squirted into a liquid (Kraft, U.S.); a “free of” hummus product that comes in a pouch (Canada); a chocolate nutrition bar for nighttime snacking (U.S.); and Barilla’s Pronto Penne pasta that requires no boiling and no draining.
"10 Innovative New Food And Drink Products From Around The World", Mintel News, October 19, 2015, © Mintel Group Ltd.
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