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breakfast

The day’s first meal, consumed before lunch.
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Glucerna Cereal allows people with diabetes to enjoy a traditional breakfast food while helping to reduce their blood sugar response as compared to a leading corn flake cereal.
Leading brands and products include Sara Lee fresh breads, frozen desserts and deli meats, Hillshire Farm lunch meats, Jimmy Dean sausage and breakfast foods, Ball Park franks and the Senseo single-serve premium coffee system.
According to latest research from Mintel on the breakfast food market in the US, the majority (69%) of respondents who eat any breakfast foods during the week consider Low Cholesterol or Heart Healthy claims important when selecting food they typically eat for breakfast.
Breakfast food market has major competition from foodservice
To create breakfast variety, ViSalus is also releasing Vi Crunch Fusions, two flavorful and nutritious toppings to add to Vi Crunch cereal, other favorite breakfast foods like shakes or yogurt, or to eat as a stand-alone snack.
If you, like me, are already a bit fuzzy-headed in the morning, these new cross-category breakfast foods will be enough to make you truly Froot Loopy.
FIND/SVP expects total dollar volumes for breakfast foods to grow from $10.
Leatherhead Food RA's new report The European Breakfast Food and Drinks Market examines trends and developments in a range of different food and drinks sectors that are particularly influenced by breakfast eating habits (including bread and bakery products, juices and hot beverages, breakfast cereals, jams and spreads, and cereal bars), focusing on the major European markets of the UK, France, Germany, Spain and Italy.
Some industry observers say handheld meals and entrees are the shining lights in the frozen breakfast food category.
Still, own labels remain serious competition that the brands must reckon with in the frozen vegetable, juices/drinks and breakfast food sectors, where they command approximately one-third of the market.