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  • Small companies hold the future of snacking
  • Small companies hold the future of snacking
    Alex Thompson (2008) ©
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Small companies hold the future of snacking

Whether you're after a craft beer or an organic, protein-rich snack bar, premium products often come from unexpected places. While big name brands can sometimes fail to resonate with consumers who want something a little more niche, instead, they're acquiring smaller brands to co-exist with.

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