Prime Fresh Products is taking its new and improved Prime Planet Tostones on the road – most recently to the ECRM Snack Food Show in Las Vegas, where it quickly became a big winner. Tostones: An odds-on favorite in Vegas
Prime Fresh Products is taking its new and improved Prime Planet Tostones on the road – most recently to the ECRM Snack Food Show in Las Vegas, where it quickly became a big winner.
Efficient Collaborative Retail Marketing Company, or ECRM for short, brings efficiencies to the buying and selling process by optimizing product assortments and enhancing supplier-buyer collaboration.
The show at Bally’s Las Vegas Hotel & Casino, Feb. 19 – 21, focused on presenting new snack items and promotional opportunities to buyers from across all retail channels.
It was here that Prime Planet, the tropical better-for-you snack line of Prime Fresh Products, had an opportunity to introduce our new resealable packaging because we understand that portion control is a big concern for consumers before they choose their snacking option. Also , we had the chance to build existing a new relationships that will help us expand our sales across the nation.
Our palm oil is certified RSPO. The difference between regular banana chips or plantain chips is the taste, texture, and health benefits. All natural plantains with no added sugars or preservatives since 47% of US Consumers indicate natural and non added sugar is a main driver for adding an item on their basket . We are constantly innovating and adapting to the current snacking trends ,this is the main reason why we recently changed our packing image to target not only Hispanic/Ethnic market but the mainstream market. We also innovated in our type of bag; we now offer resealable stand up bags since demand for pouches used in the candy &snack industry is forecast to increase 3.8% annually through 2022 to $3.4 billion.
The new report, “Hispanic Foods and Beverages in the U.S., 6th Edition”, covers Hispanic food marketers’ efforts as well as consumer behavior. The report projects that sales in the Hispanic foods market in the U.S. will increase in size from close to $17.5 billion in 2015 to over $21 billion in 2020, a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 3.8%.