EUROPE: Cereal bars need killer marketing (COMMENT)
Western European confectionery markets are hardly fast moving: annual growth is just 2.5%, despite enormous spend on marketing and product innovation. But while the scope to boost sales of chocolate and sweets is limited, one category is massively under-exploited: cereal bars account for 14% of Sweden's confectionery sales, but the figure elsewhere in Europe can be as low as a couple of percent.
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