CONSUMERS WANT MORE THAN A GUILTY PLEASURE
More than 90 percent of Americans snack multiple times a day, with some even eschewing regular meals altogether in favor of all day snacking. As snacking replaces meals, people are no longer satisfied with empty calorie snacks. They want nutritious snacks that contain protein, provide energy and offer satiety.
Source: Hartman: Health & Wellness report 2017
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Convenient high-quality protein
Constant, on-the-go lifestyles make it difficult to fit in healthy, balanced meals. That’s why eating nutrient-dense foods, such as eggs, is essential.
One large egg contains six grams of high-quality protein plus varying amounts of 13 essential vitamins and minerals, including choline, selenium, vitamin D, vitamin B12, phosphorous and riboflavin.