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FM?-Pwt ft TIbiw, Tharsfey, Var. a, Kffi Snacks Are Almost An American Way Of Life ByGAYIfOR MAD DOT "As the American way rt ,vme living continues to shift, the because they like toem Tnev consumption of snacks will have more money for what continue to grow." observes acy want Md K?5 h?y'ZS?l fore taduKe fa more impulse TepsiCo., Inc., a worldwide buying. " corporation specializing in snack foods and soft drinks. Large supermarkets and NEA Food Editor The world seems to be going nack-erazy. A new kind or a new flavor appears every week. They take more than $2 billion from the American food budget every year. small groceries, delicatessens, candy stores, lunch counters and vending machines all cater to impulse buying today. Among other things they offer almost innumerable varieties of puffed snacks, cracker sandwiches, salted nuts, popcorn and snack crackers. "Our eating habits are changing. More and more women are working. They prepare less food at home. Family meals have fewer bulky items in them. Modern mothers are strangely motivated by the desires of their 6-to 7- cheeks, they will enter the market. The steady improvement due to technology, better storage of raw materials and Improved packaging will also Increase the appeal," he says. "Furthermore, there is a growing trend to use snacks as part of family mcalls, not just as something to nibble on," he adds. As for the Negro market. Lay says: "I see no difference, between white and black taste. It's a matter of economics.' Some years ago in Atlanta one salesman a week would call on Co, Inc. He believes the American consumer is insatiable in his desire fornovelty in foods. "The Fritos corn chips recipe was bought from a Mexican. It sold at first mainly in the Southwest and southern California. Now it is nationally popular, although California is still our best market. That Is because of their outdoor living and because their per capita income is larger." He predicts an ever increasing growth. "As more and more people in the lower income groups earn larger pay year-old children, many of whom seem almost to go directly from their discarded nursing bottles to a demand forsnackfoods. "The increased proportion of teen-agers in our population is also a large factor. They are enormous consumers of snacks and soft drinks," he adds. Lay, originally a potato chip manufacturer in Atlanta, later merged with the Frito Corp. of Dallas, forming Frit.o-Lay, Inc. They merged in 1965 with Pepsi Cola to form the Pepsi the Negro stores. But now,-with increased incomes, w could use 10 men every day la the same areas." Also, a director of Braniff International, the chairman o PepsiCo, Inc. sees steady growth of snack sales around the world. "In Latin America, In Spain, Italy, Cermanjf and Kngland the sales constantly go up. They are now about where the United States was 25 years ago. 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