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Convenience Stores Are Most Popular Source Of On-The-Go Snacks, NPD Reports

July 24, 2013: 12:00 AM EST
In the United States, the 28 million people who eat a grab-and-go snack each day are five times more likely to buy their on-the-go snack from convenience stores, according to market research firm The NPD Group. Results of the SnackTrack study also showed these on-the-go snacks are 50 percent more likely to be eaten while traveling or in a car. Grab-and-go snacks account for 12 percent of snack-oriented convenience foods and are usually consumed between meals and do not replace meals. Data also revealed that young adults, ages 18 to 24 years, are most likely to consume these on-the-go snacks.
"Convenience Stores Five Times More Likely to Be Source for Grab-and-Go Snacks, Reports NPD", NPD, July 24, 2013, © The NPD Group, Inc
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