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Delivering Dairy Protein-Based Snacks Offers Numerous New Product Opportunities

June 19, 2020: 12:00 AM EST
The U.S. Dairy Export Council (USDEC) and Innova Market Insights reveal in a new webinar that, while traditional snacks still dominate the market, unique new dairy-protein formats are grabbing some attention, including brownie protein bars, tortilla–style protein chips, protein crisps, and puffs, among others. Protein snacks have evolved into convenient solutions for today’s health–conscious consumers who realize that the benefits of dairy proteins are not reserved for young people or competitive athletes. Enticing new flavors, shapes, and sizes attract consumers of all ages. Traditional protein bars are still strong, but alternative forms such as bites and balls, gels, pastes, and jellies continue to grow in popularity to meet the needs of the “on–the–go” consumer.[Image Credit: © Tumisu from Pixabay]
"New formats, flavors and texture: USDEC webinar spotlights functional dairy protein stars", Food Ingredients First, June 19, 2020, © CNS Media BV
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