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Euromonitor to Speak at Snackex 2017

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May 14th, 2017

Event: Snackex 2017

Location: Vienna, Austria

Date: 21st – 22nd June

Event Description: SNACKEX is organised by the European Snacks Association (ESA) and is the only savoury snack and snack nuts event in Europe serving as the pre-eminent business meeting place for the whole industry. SNACKEX brings together all stages of the demand and supply chain providing a unique opportunity to buy, sell and network with top management, qualified buyers and key decision-makers. Attendees have numerous opportunities to interact with peers and like-minded individuals from around the world both at the exhibition and during the social functions which are an integral part of the event.

Speaker: Pinar Hosafci, senior food analyst

Presentation Time: Thursday 22nd June, 09.00am – 10.00am

Presentation Title: Nurturing the Next Big Thing in Savoury Snacks: Market Trends and Future Prospects

Description: Whilst packaged food performance has been rather dismal in Western Europe, savoury snacks have shown a strong growth over the last few years outperforming other snack products such as confectionery, ice cream and sweet biscuits. Among other factors, the rise in savoury snacks sales has been pushed by the rising popularity of protein-rich variants such as nuts, seeds and trail mixes and non-potato-based snacks, including vegetable and pulse chips.

In her presentation, ‘Nurturing the Next Big Thing in Savoury Snacks: Market Trends and Future Prospects’, Euromonitor International’s senior snacks expert, Pinar Hosafci, will examine the latest trends and innovation in snacks. With a specific focus on savoury snack products, Pinar’s talk will use a range of case studies to highlight which direction the market is heading to and what the future holds for European snack manufacturers.

Website: http://www.snackex.com/

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Pınar Hoşafçı

Pinar Hosafci is a Food Analyst at Euromonitor specialising in bakery and snacks. Before joining Euromonitor in 2012, Pinar worked at the United Nations and London School of Economics. She holds a Bsc in Economics from McGill University and a Msc in Development Economics from SOAS, University of London.

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