With a growing number of consumers heeding nutritionists’ recommendations to eat not just three square meals but up to six mini-meals throughout the day, savvy operators are finding that there’s money to be made by adding snack foods and beverages to their menus.According to new data from The NPD Group, a Port Washington, N.Y.-based global market research firm, consumer snacking has markedly increased in recent years and snack occasions as a result have become a profitable daypart, ...

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