Snacks are my favorite 2016 percent of and index

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Snacks Are My Favorite,” 2016 (percent of and index among adults) ................................................ 215 Table A2- 14 Psychographic Patterns by Channel or Retailer: “I Enjoy Eating Foreign Foods” and “I Try to Eat Gourmet Foods Whenever I Can,” 2016 (percent of and index among adults) ....................... 216
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Natural Channel Grocery Shopping August 2017 © Packaged Facts viii Table A2- 15 Psychographic Patterns by Channel or Retailer: “I Prefer Foods Cooked With Lots of Spices” and “Prefer the Taste of Food Without a Lot of Spices,” 2016 (percent of and in dex among adults) ..................................................................................................................................... 217 Table A2- 16 Psychographic Patterns by Channel or Retailer: “I Like to Try New Drinks” and “I Often Drink Alcoholic Beverages at Restaurants,” 2016 (percent of and index among adults) ................... 218 Table A2-17 Psychographic Patterns by Channel or R etailer: “Nutritional Value Is Most Important Factor in Which Foods I Eat” and “I Usually Am Quick to Try a New Nutritional Product,” 2016 (percent of and index among adults) ................................................................................................. 219 Table A2- 18 Psychographic Patterns by Channel or Retailer: “Most of the Time, I Am Trying to Lose Weight by Dieting” and “Normally Count Calories of the Foods I Eat,” 2016 (percent of and index among adults) ........................................................................................................................... 220 Table A2- 19 Psychographic Patterns by Channel or Retailer: “Try to Include Plenty of Fiber in My Diet” and “Usually Only Snack on Healthy Foods,” 2016 (percent of and index among adults) ................. 221 Table A2- 20 Psychographic Patterns by Channel or Retailer: “Most Snack Foods Are Not Healthy” and “Most Frozen Dinners Have Little Nutritional Value,” 2016 (percent of and index among adults) .... 222 Table A2- 21 Psychographic Patterns by Channel or Retailer: “Nothing Wrong With Indulging in Fattening Foods From Time to Time” and “Eat the Foods I Like Regardless of Calories,” 2016 (percent of and index among adults) ................................................................................................. 223
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Natural Channel Grocery Shopping Chapter 1: Executive Summary August 2017 © Packaged Facts 1 Chapter 1: Executive Summary Trends & Opportunities Market in Context Natural Food Channel a Small but Dynamic Segment of Food Retailing Despite the multi-decade phenomenon of Whole Foods and Trader Joe s, the natural channel remains a fragment of food retailing overall. It goes almost without saying that increased consumer demand for natural and organic foods underpins much of the growth in this market. Packaged Facts estimates that U.S. retail sales of natural and organic foods grew 7% on a compound annual basis from 2012 to 2016 to reach $69.4 billion, with average annual growth of 11% expected to bring sales to $117.9 billion by 2021, reflecting annual gains in the low double digits for both the natural and organic segments. By comparison, sales of groceries and consumables overall have been growing by approximately 1% to 2% annually. Grocery Retailing More Competitive Than Ever What could be said twenty years ago is even truer today: The U.S. grocery retailing business has never been more competitive, and this may be especially so for retailers featuring natural and organic foods. A number of trends are putting pressure on food retailers of all stripes, from upscale natural grocers like Whole Foods whose bread and
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