While Americans and Canadians both value convenience when it comes to snacks, consumers in the United States have a bit more of a sweet tooth, according to data on eating trends from The NPD Group. In its 10-year eating trends forecasts, the Port Washington, N.Y.-based NPD projected that consumers in the United States will grow hungrier for sweet foods, especially at snack time, while Canadians’ preference for salty and savory dishes will grow stronger. The “Future of ...

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