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  • Americans raid the snack drawer
  • Americans raid the snack drawer
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Americans raid the snack drawer

Wasabi-flavoured popcorn, yogurt covered apricots, Earl Grey shortbread cookies. Grabbing a snack no longer means simply a packet of ready salted crisps, and Americans are hungry for more. A Nielsen survey found that 91% of people in the US snack daily.

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