While private label products are improving, quality and value remain critical components for all snacking options. By Howard Riell, Associate Editor “Yes, but…” That’s the all-too-common answer to the question of whether or not price promotions can drive snack sales in convenience stores. Yes, in a lousy economy people look for and respond to savings.
To commemorate Remembrance Day and as the latest element of the We Salute Our Heroes initiative to honor and aid Canadian troops, Mac’s convenience stores are rewarding customers with a free bag of popcorn, The Province reported. Customers who enter any Canada-based Mac’s Convenience Store from Manitoba to B.C. today will receive one large, 190-gram
LesserEvil Snack Co. introduces its new line of all-natural better-for-you kettle corn snacks. This new collection of gourmet kettle corn is naturally sweetened with brown rice syrup and evaporated cane juice, and comes in four tantalizing flavors: KettleCorn, slightly sweet, slightly salty gourmet popcorn; SinNamon, kettle corn that’s been hit with a cinnamon stick;