Transforming Breakfast: From Bars and Bowls to Burritos

Research points to the benefits of consuming a nutritious breakfast, but with consumers increasingly on the go, it’s up to developers to create healthful, functional breakfast products to meet the demands of busy lifestyles.

Cindy Hazen, Contributing editor

August 2, 2016

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Transforming Breakfast: From Bars and Bowls to Burritos

Consumers are drawn to ingredients such as protein, probiotics, fiber, vegetables and grains—as well as products with reduced sugar. Traditional breakfast fare rarely highlights these components, nor offers options featuring convenience, nutrition and great taste. However, the first meal of the day is getting a much-needed makeover.

Bars are an increasingly prevalent format for breakfast products. For more insight into the role of bar and snack products in the marketplace, join us for the Bite Sized Satisfaction: Snacking to Better Health panel discussion on Friday, Oct. 7, at SupplySide West 2016.

About the Author(s)

Cindy Hazen

Contributing editor

Cindy Hazen has more than 25 years of experience developing seasonings, dry blends, beverages and more. Today, when not writing or consulting, she expands her knowledge of food safety as a food safety officer for a Memphis-based produce distributor.

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