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Confectionery and snack gains consistently outpace growth seen in total store and the perimeter, but innovation is key.
President and CEO Brian Hannasch cites Holiday's center-store strategies and labor practices as notable areas.
Consumers say their purchases of baked goods, candy, salty snacks and gum would increase.
The convenience store chain cites loyalty and private-label programs as key pillars of growth.
CBD-infused items, alternative proteins and oat milk were prominent on the trade show floor.
The new variety features chews that combine two popular Starburst flavors into one.
Circle K is one of the c-store chains utilizing the cloud-based Pep Worx platform.
Local is the next generation of organic, and new players shake up the status quo.
The Traditionalist is the most common persona and prefers options like potato chips, nuts and seeds.
The demographic's primary focus is on quality and function.
The agency will look at cannabidiol and its role in the food and supplements market.
Each bite-sized piece is dipped in silky smooth, chocolatey coating.
The new variety offers a thick, wavy texture that delivers a bold crunch and big flavor.
Consumers are most interested in cannabis-infused baked goods, candy, snacks and non-alcoholic beverages.
Four new varieties join the baked goods line for 2019.
Consumers have the chance to win a once-in-a-lifetime trip to the Celebrity Crunch Classic game.
The lace-thin crepes are now available in shelf-ready packaging.
"Stay Playful" embraces the brand's playful spirit and inspires the world to do the same.
The batch-roasted, kosher seeds are free from GMOs and gluten.
Birthday Blast private label offerings available for an introductory price through Feb. 26.
Cindy Maly will receive a 2019 Confectionery Leadership Award alongside Stephanie Panzetta of Weis Markets.
The exclusive Convenience Store News Forecast Study provides dollar and unit volume projections.
A $5 donation or more to United Way of the Greater Lehigh Valley equals one entry.
The new lineup includes products like beef jerky, yogurt, seltzer water and cold brew coffee.