Dairy foods and beverages are sold in smaller and more convenient snack-size packaging. You’ll find yogurt on a stick and cheese in single-serve packs. Dairy is even used to make packaging; The USDA has developed a film made from milk protein.
Snacking is an $87 billion business, and on the rise, with snacks accounting for 51% of all food sales. Therefore, many brands have realized they need to go small or go home. Packaging choices play a significant role in growing a brand’s market share. Packaging is a means to differentiate as well as to optimize the value chain. Put another way, packaging can increase sales while also reducing costs.