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breakfast

The day’s first meal, consumed before lunch.
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Changing shopper attitudes toward breakfast foods are giving retailers new opportunities to spotlight store brands.
That bodes well for an ever-increasing array of prepared breakfast food products.
The European Breakfast Food and Drinks Report is a 135-page report, containing over 140 tables of statistics, and is available from the Publications Department at Leatherhead, fax: 01372 822374 or email: publications@lfra.
Traditional breakfast foods, such as bacon, eggs and waffles, are made on weekends when people have more time to cook.
Opportunity also exists to increase single-serve packaging and handheld formats across the frozen breakfast food segments, Mintel says.
Even the most basic breakfast foods are being looked at with a new kind of health halo.
will be using heat-and-eat breakfast foods, such as English muffins and toaster pastries, more often and simple breakfast foods like cold cereal will remain on pace with their population size changes," he says.
A group of full-service restaurant chains have been offering breakfast foods throughout the day for years, and now some quick-service restaurant chains are considering following suit.
According to the 57th Annual Consumer Expenditures Study, categories such as nuts, bottled water, and breakfast food may signal a return to healthy eating but items such as liquor, beer, and sweet spreads also continue to perform favorably.
Yogurts have a smaller share of only 4% but, with growth of 30% since 1995, they are set to become increasingly prominent as a breakfast food.
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.
Feature and display programs are especially effective for the breakfast food category," Toreson says.