Starkist, Acme cater to US snacking trends with new seafood kits

Acme's new products.

Acme Smoked Fish Chief Marketing Officer Teresa Low is confident that “snack kits are here to stay.”

To prove the Brooklyn, New York, U.S.A.-based smoked fish supplier’s commitment to the convenient food option, the company recently launched “Lox in a Box” snack kits. The Lox in a Box snack kit includes two options: Acme’s smoked salmon with cream cheese or the smoked salmon with a guacamole spread, both of which come with artisanal crackers and a utensil “so it can be enjoyed anywhere from the picnic table to the conference room,” Acme stated in a press release.

Healthful snacking is on the rise in the U.S., as 49 percent of consumers enjoy three or more snacks per day, and 57 percent of consumers want high-protein snacks, according to data research firm Circana.

Additionally, 61 percent of consumers eat snacks in convenient ... 

Photo courtesy of Acme 


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