Thursday, August 5, 2021

Tag: lunchbox

A sandwich evolution

With school summer holidays coming to an end parents will be thinking about what to give the kids for school lunch. But lunchboxes also...

Beyond mealtime

THERE are opportunities for retailers during the school term beyond selling items for packed lunches according to Dairy Crest. The company’s central shopper marketing...
Belvita

Thinking outside the lunchbox

AT-work and at-school food consumption is not longer all about lunch says Susan Nash, trade communications manager at Mondelez International. She said: “One in three...

Merchandise to win sales

HIGH numbers of new snacking products introduced in the last year have led to confusion on the shelves, Matt Collins, trading controller convenience at...

Sweet treat ready to thaw and serve

DEMAND for healthier snacks has prompted CSM Bakery Solutions to develop a reduced-fat doughnut. Available as a sugared ring or a cocoa ring...
The Convenience Guide Scotland 2015

Health on the menu

MANY schools now monitor lunchboxes in line with nutrition standards for school meals and that has created demand for healthier alternatives, according to Marina...

Back-to-school activity well underway

SPAR stores across the UK began running back-to-school activity last month with supporting POS materials for retailers, as well as Spar Live radio...
Branston

The pie’s the limit

PORK pies and sausage rolls have been traditional lunch options since pastry was invented in the 17th century. Today’s versions have been updated, sized and...

Jacob’s alternative – it’s a cracker

CONSUMERS who are weary of sandwiches are the target for United Biscuits’ latest innovation: Jacob’s Crispbreads, launched earlier this year. Hena Chanda- rana, trade communications...

Cheese escapes from sliced bread

WHEN it comes to packed lunches, cheese is no longer confined to the inside of a sandwich. Adults and children both appreciate a cheesy...
Genius

Free-from – part of the everyday lunch?

FREE-from’s move to the mainstream continues with Tesco’s launch of a gluten-free sandwich range in May. Made by specialist supplier Genius, the fillings are cheese...
Warburtons

Bread of life – Bakery goods key to lunchtime

SOME 61% of children take a lunchbox to school, and the average person consumes 133 sandwiches each year, so bakery products are clearly an...

In more shapes and sizes

OREO, from Mondelez International, the world’s biggest-selling biscuit, has a number of packs designed to suit the nation’s lunchbox fillers. Last year the firm launched...