Analyst sees opportunity in spiced nuts, seeds

04/21/2013 | BakeryAndSnacks.com (France)

Ronan Stafford of research firm Canadean said European consumers have developed a taste for exotic foods, creating opportunity for spiced seeds and nuts. "Lots of Europeans have been to China or India and tasted the food there," he said. "Spices make nuts and seeds seem a bit different, especially for consumers that still associate them as being a bit bland."

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