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Dairy Snacks Market Set For Six Percent Growth In 2010

December 3, 2010: 09:37 AM EST

The 2010 Zenith Report on Dairy Snacks looks at the global dairy snacks market. It grew 7% in 2009 and Zenith forecasts 6% growth this year. Most dairy snacks are aimed at kids and based on cheese, although some counties are looking at adult options. Two-thirds of 2009 volumes were consumed in the US, with UK the second-largest market. Key brands include Bel’s Babybel and Kraft’s Dairylea, as well as Yoplait yogurt tubes. Private label items have emerged in the markets where dairy snacks are more established. Laura Knight of Zenith International said that increasingly people are seeking convenient snacks that also offer health and nutrition benefits, and dairy snacks are well positioned to deliver this. 

"Dairy Snacks Market Driven by Health and Convenience", Zenith International, December 03, 2010, © Zenith International
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