Food and nonfood product innovation across the store.

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78% of people believe snacking can be a part of a healthy diet

71% of consumers report they mostly buy chocolate and candy at their primary grocery store, according to NCA.

Packaged treats continue to provide a viable option for cost-conscious consumers during a high inflation period

The agreement includes half-billion-dollar investment in energy drink company, whose products will likely begin to show up on more grocery shelves.

Convenience plays a major role in the appeal of sauces and condiments. Plant-based dressings can add big flavor and nutrition to grain bowls, salads and other healthy recipes.

Frozen foods continue to ramp up the innovation pipeline across all dayparts and reflect multiple types of occasions.

Meals and snacks defined by fruit and veggie combos, salad bowls (with or without protein), and refrigerated dips/spreads are all at arm’s length for consumers seeking lighter eats during the summer season.

New offerings across multiple brands include frozen, refrigerated and shelf stable product segments.

Independent Oregon grocer Market of Choice will now carry select products from CBD Move Free.

On- and off-premise coffee sales showing continued robust dollar and unit growth.

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