Snacking obliterating Dining?

We seem to be moving from three meals a day to none! Snacks are obliterating meals. It’s not just Millennials or dashboard diners as growing numbers of people snack four or five times daily. Snacking increased 47% from 2010 to 2014 in the U.S. of A. Restaurateurs (and hotels with minibars and minimarkets) should prowl supermarket aisles. They’ll find that the ground is shifting away from sweet to savory, and from high-carb, to nutrient dense high-protein indulgent snacks – evidence that sugar is this year’s culinary Satan. Even when sweeteners are involved, they’re often combined with spicy such as chili-spiked honey.

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