The Snack Problem
Whatever happened to single serving snacks?
It's nearly impossible finding single serving snacks such as potato chips in delis and convenience stores these days. Just about every snack in the store tends to have 2 or 3 servings per package. It's no wonder so many people struggle with losing weight.
I like to grab a quick snack with my lunch, but it's becoming harder and harder to find snacks that come in sensible package sizes. Not only are these larger snacks more expensive, they often leave you no choice but to either throw some out, or eat more than you should.
I wouldn't mind so much if they at least came in re-sealable packages.
Foods packaged specifically as individual snacks should always be packaged with no more than one serving per package, so if a serving size is 1 oz, the package should contain just 1 ounce. If the serving size of Twinkies is one... there should only be one in the package. If people want more than one serving, they'll buy two packages, otherwise they should change the serving size.
Joe Crescenzi, Founder
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