Snack Food Manufacturers, All Together Now
Americans love their snacks. That’s good news for snack food producers, as discretionary incomes begin to rise again and consumers spend even more on their favorite munchies. By 2017, revenues will reach $32 billion a year—with much of the growth fueled by the evolving trend toward high-quality, health-conscious and premium-priced products. Snack food manufacturers who can meet the increasing demand for portion-controlled packaging, high fiber/whole grain options, low-fat and low-sodium snacks—as well as product portability and convenience—will reap the benefits of growing revenues, wider profit margins and increased brand loyalty. Are you equipped to take advantage of the opportunities? Make the most of them at IBIE 2013.
Find the latest technology and ingredients to keep you responsive to changing snack food demand.
|Ingredient handling systems|
Snack food producers involved in management, manufacturing and marketing attend IBIE to get answers, make connections and stay on top of consumer trends. Join them here.
|Otis Pennant Foods Company (Chef Solutions)|
|Tasty Baking and more|
Compare options, establish relationships and do business with companies that supply snack food producers with equipment, ingredients, technology and information.
|Douglas Machines Corp.|
|EPI Exact Packaging Inc.|
|Habasit Belting LLC|
|Heat and Control|
|Horizon Systems, Inc.|
|The Reading Bakery Systems|
|Spray Dynamics, Ltd.|
|Urschel Laboratories, Inc.|
|Wire Belt Company and more|
Thinking about exhibiting? According to the Economic Census of Food Manufacturing, capital expenditures in the snack food industry total $357.3 million, with ingredient/material spending valued at $3.6 billion. The Baking Expo™ puts you in front of this huge market, and gives you unparalleled opportunities to strengthen your competitive position, add sales and grow your business. To exhibit at the 2013 Baking Expo™, contact Stuart Lawry.
Take advantage of IBIE’s exceptional learning opportunities to help you capture a bigger share of the snack food market.
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