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Upcoming NPD Group conference explores eating habits and HMR opportunities

How do Canadians eat? What nutrition issues matter most to Canadians? What role do ethnic options play in our diets? And what opportunities exist in the home meal replacement category for retailers and manufacturers?

If you’re looking for answers to these and many other food-related questions, you won’t want to miss a special morning conference hosted by The NPD Group on Sept. 11.

The conference, “Canadians’ Eating Behaviour–Home Cooking to Home Meal Replacement,” features insights from NPD analysts.

REGISTER for this event here.

They’ll provide new information from NPD’s annual Eating Patterns in Canada (EPIC) report and will also cover Home Meal Replacement

“As the competition for Canadians’ share of stomach increases, it’s more important than ever to have a holistic perspective around the choices consumers make on what to eat and drink,” said Joel Gregoire, NPD’s food and beverage industry analyst.

NPD experts will explore Canadian eating patterns from several angles, including health and nutrition, consumer behaviour across meal occasions, generational comparisons and HMR use.

“The aim of our conference is to provide industry partners with insights that help drive their business by better understanding the Canadian consumer,” Gregoire added.

This breakfast conference is sponsored by Canadian Grocer and takes place from 8 a.m. to 10:30 on Sept. 11, at the Sheraton Toronto Airport hotel.

The event is free to attend for people in the grocery and consumer packaged goods industries but seating is limited, so register now. Click here to register or for more information.

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