When snacking, Americans are sweet and Canadians are salty

05/25/2011 | Convenience Store News · Packaging Digest

When it comes to snacking, Americans have a sweet tooth while their Canadian counterparts go for salty treats. Two studies from the NDP Group predict Americans will eat three times more sweet snacks that Canadians in the next decade. Both Americans and Canadians go for convenience foods such as yogurt, snack bars and frozen pizza.

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