The pandemic has significantly altered the current nature of snacking in America. At snack times at home, any food readily available inside the home is often considered “fair game,” including homemade snacks, lunch foods, and meal leftovers: 61% of consumers now have these types of foods and beverages as snacks more often than they did before COVID-19. 
 
How have meal patterns shifted due to the pandemic and how does snacking slot into this new rhythm? Find the answer to these and many more business-critical questions in The Hartman Group’s Snacking: Emerging, Evolving and Disrupted report. Learn more and buy the report here: SNACKING IN THE USA 
 
Learn more about how Hartman’s syndicated reports can be an essential resource to help you navigate the way forward in these uncertain times. Contact: blaine@hartman-group.com
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