A new generation of “post nut” breads and snacks have taken root across the country, and their sales are up 12% since 2014, according to the company that makes them.
In its latest quarterly earnings call, the company said it was selling about 4 million nut breads per day in the U.S. and another 4 million in the Asia-Pacific region.
That’s a significant boost from the roughly 1.2 million nut cakes sold per day last year.
It’s also well ahead of the nearly 7 million nut slices sold per week.
Nut Bread has long been the go-to bread for young professionals looking for a nutritious option for breakfast and lunch.
It is one of the best-selling breakfast items in the country.
It makes a delicious topping for salads, sandwiches and pizzas.
Nut Bread is available in the breakfast category of some fast-casual chains, and is sometimes sold in individual slices, too.
It has also been promoted to include desserts like chocolate and peanut butter cups.
The company said sales of the post-nut breads rose 18% in the fourth quarter to $3.05 billion.
It said its “post-nut clarity” business is growing at an annual rate of 10% year-over-year, with sales expected to grow another 4% in 2020.
It said the nut clarity business is expanding in part because of the popularity of pre-made nuts, such as almond, pecan, walnut, and walnut-based nuts, that are now readily available.
Those products have helped Nut Bread become a leader in the post nut bread business.
For many people, the idea of nut bread has been appealing.
But it’s not just young professionals.
Nut bread is also popular with families who want to add some crunch to breakfast, or to snack while watching television or watching a movie.
“Nut Bread is a staple in our lives, a quick and convenient way to enjoy our favorite breakfast, lunch, and dinner items,” said John W. Laughlin, vice president of marketing for Nut Bread.
“We want to keep growing sales of post nut clarity to continue to deliver great products to our customers.”
In the U., sales of nut clarity rose 16% to $5.6 billion.
In the Asia Pacific region, nut clarity sales grew 23% to more than $1 billion.