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snack bar

n.
A lunch counter or small restaurant where light meals are served.
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snack bar

n
(Commerce) a place where light meals or snacks can be obtained, often with a self-service system
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snack′ bar`


n.
a lunchroom or restaurant where light meals are sold.
[1930–35]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.snack bar - usually inexpensive barsnack bar - usually inexpensive bar    
bar - a counter where you can obtain food or drink; "he bought a hot dog and a coke at the bar"
commissary - a snack bar in a film studio
milk bar - snack bar that sells milk drinks and light refreshments (such as ice cream)
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Translations
bufet
snackbar
pikabaari
snek bar
ételbárgyorsbüfé
軽食堂
스낵 바
okrepčevalnica
barservering
ห้องทานอาหารว่าง
quán bán đồ ăn nhẹ

snack bar

nImbissstube f
Collins German Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged 7th Edition 2005. © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1980 © HarperCollins Publishers 1991, 1997, 1999, 2004, 2005, 2007

snack bar

nsnack-bar m inv, tavola calda (or fredda)
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995

snack bar

مَتَّجِرُ الوَجْبَاتِ السَرِيعَةِ bufet snackbar Imbissstube σνακ μπαρ cafetería pikabaari snack-bar snek bar snack bar 軽食堂 스낵 바 snackbar snackbar bar szybkiej obsługi lanchonete, snack-bar закусочная barservering ห้องทานอาหารว่าง snack bar quán bán đồ ăn nhẹ 快餐吧
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Said to have been "born in Liberia and raised in Venice Beach," impact brand This Bar Saves Lives has refreshed the graphics and logo for its line of snack bars to present an inspiring, uplifting approach while delivering something vibrant and fresh that stands out on store shelves.
To date, Eat Your Coffee has operated largely out of a college dorm room, successfully whipping up energizing snack bars for a growing group of consumers who have come to rely on the bars to boost athletic performance and daily productivity.
Shoppers are already buying nutrition and snack bars, but cleaner labels, more health benefits and the right marketing could mean more growth for store brands.
Nevertheless, high-protein bars appear to have plateaued at 7 percent of total new product launches in the 12 months through February, market researcher Mintel reported in its April 2016 "Cereal, Energy & Snack Bars" Category Insight piece.
In 2014, when sales of breakfast cereals dropped for the fourth year in a row, yogurt sales exceeded $7 billion and snack bars topped $5.5 billion, revealing a generational shift.
Having spent 13 years in the sector Robin started out with a vision to innovate and manufacture high quality snack bars.
[USPRwire, Sun Feb 07 2016] Biscuits and snack bars registered current value growth of 4% to reach S$245 million in 2015, which was a similar performance to the review period CAGR.
Plain biscuits was the biggest contributor in biscuits and snack bars in Serbia in 2015, accounting for 48% of all sales overall.
Its Rice Krispie and Frosties Snack Bars also scored high in both sugar and fat categories.
According to a report from non-profit health research and advocacy group Environmental Working Group (EWG), nearly half of American kids aged eight and under "consume potentially harmful amounts of vitamin A, zinc and niacin because of excessive food fortification, outdated nutritional labeling rules and misleading marketing tactics used by food manufacturers." EWG's analysis for the "How Much Is Too Much?" report focused on two frequently fortified food categories: breakfast cereals and snack bars.