Once a guilty pleasure consumers indulged in largely late at night and in the privacy of their homes, snacking is now an acceptable—and even encouraged—eating behavior. Increasingly time-pressed and health-conscious, consumers are no longer eating three square meals, but instead are opting to eat multiple mini meals throughout the course of a day. And there are plenty of products to choose from as progressive restaurant operators continue to introduce a broad array of morning and afternoon ...
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