Healthier Snacking: COVID-19 Case Study

Healthier Snacking: COVID-19 Case Study


Many governments across the world have placed their countries on lockdown, curtailing freedom of movement and closing non-essential businesses. Product choices prior to COVID-19 were often shaped by the demands of on-the-go lifestyles, which no longer apply as consumers are confined to their homes.

This report is part of the COVID-19 Case Study series, which analyses specific examples of consumer sentiment, lifestyles, attitudes, and behaviors stemming from the global coronavirus outbreak. It focuses on healthier snacking and opportunities in health food during the pandemic.


– The COVID-19 outbreak has been changing consumers’ lives: healthier snacks are key to personal health at home.

– The once-appealing notion of snacking on the go is irrelevant when consumers are confined to their homes.

– Consumers are now buying snack foods in greater numbers, and looking to brands for tips on health and wellness.

– Snack producers will explore new ways to support customers’ demand for personalized health during the pandemic.

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