Mintel in the Media is a weekly review, bringing together a selection of the most high profile press stories showcasing Mintel’s data and analysis from around the world. Highlights from the past week include:

EMEA:

Die Welt (Germany): Zalando wird Amazon gefährlich. Marktforschungsunternehmens Mintel erwartet, dass dieser Markt im laufenden Jahr um 14 Prozent auf 38 Milliarden Euro wächst. Zalando könnte in der Kategorie Mode und Schuhe in Europa den Online-Händler Amazon schon 2013 überholen, schätzt Mintel-Experte John Mercer.

Berliner Morgenpost (Germany): Zalando wird Amazon gefährlich. Das Marktforschungsunternehmen Mintel erwartet, dass dieser Markt im laufenden Jahr um 14 Prozent auf 38 Milliarden Euro wächst. Zalando könnte in der Kategorie Mode und Schuhe in Europa den Online-Händler Amazon schon 2013 überholen, schätzt Mintel-Experte John Mercer.

N24 (Germany): Gedämpftes Wachstum Zalando leidet unter schwachem Sommer. Das Marktforschungsunternehmens Mintel erwartet, dass dieser Markt im laufenden Jahr um 14 Prozent auf 38 Milliarden Euro wächst. Zalando könnte in der Kategorie Mode und Schuhe in Europa den Online-Händler Amazon schon 2013 überholen, schätzt Mintel-Experte John Mercer.

Der Standard (Austria): Schwaches Sommergeschäft dämpft Wachstum von Onlinehändler Zalando. Das Marktforschungsunternehmens Mintel erwartet, dass dieser Markt im laufenden Jahr um 14 Prozent auf 38 Mrd. Euro wächst. Zalando könnte in der Kategorie Mode und Schuhe in Europa den Online-Händler Amazon schon 2013 überholen, schätzt Mintel-Experte John Mercer.

Le Monde (France): Topshop traverse la Manche. Sans surprise, la presse a mordu à l’hameçon…shopʺ, reconnaît Richard Perks, de la société d’études de marché Mintel.

Le Monde (France): Philip Green, un vrai “parrain” du commerce londonien. Le voir déambuler dans le Topshop d’Oxford Circus, à deux pas de son bureau londonien, renforce cette impression…autres enseignesʺ, fait remarquer Richard Perks, de l’agence spécialisée Mintel.

La Repubblica (Italy): È tempo di she-conomy. L’Asia, però, mantiene anche il ruolo di fonte di ispirazione. ʺSe in passato le idee più innovative erano arrivate dal Giapponeʺ, dice Vivienne Rudd, direttore del dipartimento Beauty and Personal Care di Mintel, ʺora si guarda alla Corea del Sud: ultima autorità in fatto di skincareʺ.

US

Time Magazine: The indie beer business is about to boom. “We’re not just seeing growth domestically. Drinkers aren’t just buying American craft beer because it’s local,” Jennifer Zegler, beverage analyst at Mintel, said in a phone interview. “The quality of American craft beer is viewed as superior. It speaks to how good and how creative American craft brewers have become.”

NPR: Pet owners buy organic, raid fridge to feed fido. “People think of their pets not as pets, but as members of their family, and they want to treat the members of their family with the same respect as they treat themselves,” said Molly Maier, senior analyst at market research firm Mintel Group Ltd.

Reuters: Rebounding US housing, Europe lift Whirlpool outlook. John Owen, household analyst at Mintel Group, said Whirlpool posted the first “solidly positive” results for the industry in a few years.

Bloomberg Businessweek: Pet owners buy organic, raid fridge to feed fido. “People think of their pets not as pets, but as members of their family, and they want to treat the members of their family with the same respect as they treat themselves,” said Molly Maier, senior analyst at market research firm Mintel Group Ltd.

Washington Post: Pet owners gobble up grub labeled fresh, organic, but jury’s out on any lifespan boost. “People think of their pets not as pets, but as members of their family, and they want to treat the members of their family with the same respect as they treat themselves,” said Molly Maier, senior analyst at market research firm Mintel Group Ltd.

SCPR (Los Angeles NPR affiliate): With new ‘tea bar’, Starbucks aims to make steep gains in $90 billion global tea market. Radio interview quoting beverage analyst Jenny Zegler.

Christian Science Monitor: Pet owners shell out big bucks for premium pet food.  “People think of their pets not as pets, but as members of their family, and they want to treat the members of their family with the same respect as they treat themselves,” said Molly Maier, senior analyst at market research firm Mintel Group Ltd.

Columbus-Dispatch: Giant Eagle starting free delivery of prescriptions. Meanwhile, grocery stores have been trying to make inroads in the pharmacy industry, said Emily Krol, health and wellness analyst for Mintel, an international industry consulting firm. “I’ve seen a couple other retailers out there that are offering similar services,” Krol said. “It looks like it’s something that is really, really new. Some are charging for it; some are not. It looks like a way for grocery stores to differentiate themselves in this market.”

Detroit Free Press: Boost your nutrient intake with beer. A recent report from the global research group Mintel showed that nearly 60 percent of beer drinkers say they enjoy trying craft or microbrew beers, and 51 percent try even more if they knew more about what they were tasting.

UK:

Financial Times: Bumper apple harvest will not sate Britain’s thirst for cider. A bountiful harvest will also ease supply pressures for manufacturers trying to keep pace with rapid growth in the category, now worth about £3bn – and set to grow to £3.7bn by 2017 according to Mintel, the market research company.

The Times: Fresh from the oven, a new generation takes to flour power. A report into home baking by Mintel says that although the young are not the most regular bakers, they have the most expansive baking repertoire.

Reuters: Growth of E-retailer Zalando slows due to late summer. Online sales of clothes and shoes have exploded in recent years to become the most popular e-commerce category in most of Europe, with market research firm Mintel predicting the market will grow 14 percent in 2013 to about 38 billion euros.

The Daily Telegraph: Why you can’t trust supermarket price promises. There is obviously an element of trust from consumers in what supermarkets are providing,” said Neil Mason, head of UK retail research at Mintel. “Supermarkets are trying to bring down prices but they need to be much more transparent – the Which? research shows there is a difficulty in like-for-like comparisons.”

Reuters: Local tastes tempt China diners away from Golden Arches. Only one-in-four Chinese thought Western fast food was healthier and better quality than Chinese alternatives, said a recent report from research firm Mintel.

Yahoo! News: Local tastes tempt China diners away from Golden Arches. Only one-in-four Chinese thought Western fast food was healthier and better quality than Chinese alternatives, said a recent report from research firm Mintel.

BBC Mundo: ¿Por qué la gente está comprando suplementos con vitamina K? Según la empresa de investigación de mercado Mintel, entre 2008 y 2012 el lanzamiento de comidas, bebidas, vitaminas y suplementos con vitamina K2 ha aumentado un 183%.

The Daily Mail: ‘I hadn’t washed my own hair for 20 years': Meet the woman who spent over $14k a year on her salon blowout addiction. Mintel Group researchers wrote in a report in June that express salons, such as blowout bars, are ‘poised to be a trend with ample opportunity for growth post-recession’.

Yahoo! News: Growth of E-retailer Zalando slows due to late summer. Online sales of clothes and shoes have exploded in recent years to become the most popular e-commerce category in most of Europe, with market research firm Mintel predicting the market will grow 14 percent in 2013 to about 38 billion euros.

Brazil:

Correio BrazilienseMesmo com orçamento abalado, brasileiros se esnobam com artigos de luxo: Esse novo perfil é constatado na pesquisa “Hábitos de Gastos do Consumidor”, realizada pela empresa britânica Mintel, em parceria com a Ipsos Observer Brazil, que ouviu 1,5 mil pessoas nas 10 maiores cidades do país.

O Estado de MinasPesquisa revela que brasileiro esta disposto a pagar mais por produtos de grife. Na avaliação da analista de pesquisas da Mintel, Sheila Salina, a classe média em ascensão quer mostrar prestígio.

Mundo do MarketingMulheres com estilo de vida ocupado impulsionam mercado de cosméticos. Quanto mais ocupado, eles têm menos tempo para cuidar da saúde e se sentir bem, revela o relatório de Estilo de Vida Ocupado e Hábitos Convenientes, da Mintel.

Alimento SeguroTendências de consumo de produtos sem glúten nos EUA. Mais de um quarto dos americanos comem alimentos sem glúten para ajudá-los a perder peso, informa Mintel.

Brasil AlimentosAmericanos aumentam consumo de produtos sem gluten. Segundo pesquisa realizada recentemente pela Mintel, a decisão do Food and Drug Administration (FDA) sobre as normas de rotulagem de produtos sem glúten estimulou o consumidor em geral – não apenas aquele intolerante ao glúten – a adquirir produtos sem trigo.

Revista FibMore than a quarter of Americans eat gluten-free foods to help them lose weight, reports Mintel. With the recent FDA ruling on gluten-free labeling standards, the popularity of gluten-free foods shows no signs of slowing down, and according to recent research from Mintel, it’s not just the gluten-intolerant who are filling their carts with wheat-free products.

APAC:

Reuters (India): Growth of E-retailer Zalando slows due to late summer. Online sales of clothes and shoes have exploded in recent years to become the most popular e-commerce category in most of Europe, with market research firm Mintel predicting the market will grow 14 percent in 2013 to about 38 billion euros.

新浪 Sina (China): 一个药片,解决青春恐惧 a pill to solve the fear of juvenile. 市场咨询公司Mintel的数据显示,从2008年到2011年,新的抗衰老护肤产品数量增长了87%。Mintel的全球护肤市场分析师Christopher Lindsley告诉《第一财经周刊》,抗衰老的护肤产品和服务2012年在美国的市场规模达到22亿美元,预计2015年在欧洲五个主要国家将达到75.9亿欧元;在中国. Mintel’s skincare market analyst Christopher Lindsley told CBN that anti-age skincare product and service achieve 2.2 billion dollars in US in 2012.

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