Mintel in the Media is a review of the past week, 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:

US

Los Angeles Times Doughnuts at your door: Dunkin’ is latest company considering delivery – LA Times Early adopters of delivery service include fast casual chains like Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc. and Panera Bread, both of which have reputations for healthier fare at a time when consumers are trying to eat better. Two things will determine the success of these fast-food delivery services — cost and quality, said Julia Gallo-Torres, senior food service analyst at Mintel. “Sales really haven’t been very friendly for McDonald’s or other fast-food chains,” she said. “The question becomes, ‘Is it really a competitive advantage to offer delivery at this time when the brands are struggling already?'”

New York Times Sometimes, Even Women Need a Smoothly Shaved Face Three out of four American women ages 18 to 34 have had facial hair removed or done it themselves in the last year, most commonly from the eyebrows (58 percent), upper lip (41 percent) and chin (21 percent), according to a 2014 survey by Mintel, which did not track removal methods.

Time Magazine Kellogg Wants to Make a Netflix for Snacks According to a report by market research firm Mintel, the snack subscription provider Graze, for example, enrolls a new batch of 1,000 customers every day. One thing we can probably bet on? The snack subscription won’t be featuring any Pop-Tarts.

Fortune Kellogg wants to make a Netflix for snacks According to a report by market research firm Mintel, the snack subscription provider Graze, for example, enrolls a new batch of 1,000 customers every day. One thing we can probably bet on? The snack subscription won’t be featuring any Pop-Tarts.

Bevnet.com Beet Juice Goes Beyond Grandma According to data from global market research firm Mintel, new beverages launched listing beet as an ingredient have risen steadily since 2012, which coincides with the rise of research surrounding beets and athletic performance. While Mintel could not give an exact number, analysis from the Mintel Global New Products Database (GNPD) indicates that percentages of new product launches have nearly doubled from 2012-2014.

The Republican-American Dunkin’ latest to consider delivery Early adopters of delivery service include fast casual chains like Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc. and Panera Bread, both of which have reputations for healthier fare at a time when consumers are trying to eat better. Two things will determine the success of these fast-food delivery services — cost and quality, said Julia Gallo-Torres, senior food service analyst at Mintel. Dunkin’ consumers are already cost-conscious, she said, so the company will have to walk a fine line between profits and the price of convenience.

The Huffington Post – Blog Is Gluten Sensitivity Real?” Overall, the gluten-free food market continues to thrive off those who must maintain a gluten-free diet for medical reasons, as well as those who perceive gluten-free foods to be healthier or more natural … Gluten-free products appeal to a wide audience; 41 percent of U.S. adults agree they are beneficial for everyone, not only those with a gluten allergy, intolerance, or sensitivity,” reports Amanda Topper, food analyst at Mintel, a global market intelligence agency.

Quartz Less than 2% of the US population is Jewish. So why is 41% of the country’s packaged food kosher? It’s fairly astounding that more than 40% of the country’s new packaged food and beverage products in 2014 are labeled as being kosher. That makes it the top label claim on food and beverages, according to market research firm Mintel, beating out the ever-present “gluten-free” label and even allergen claims. “[T]here are other consumer groups that buy these foods,” Amanda Topper, a food analyst at Mintel, tells Quartz. Many consumers go for kosher foods for completely non-religious reasons. Some “gravitate toward kosher products for positive health or taste perceptions, or for vegetarian reasons,” says Topper. Others buy kosher to avoid certain allergens, like shellfish.

Adweek Magazine The VIA Agency Introduces ‘Golden Bill of Rights’ for Golden Corral The campaign targets the brand’s core audience in the south while also claiming to be “on brand with millenials,” which is not a phrase you’d expect in the same paragraph as the name “Jeff Foxworthy,” due to its latching on to the breakfast foods whenever trend (a Mintel report predicts a 4.3 percent increase in the sale of breakfast food items for 2015).

The Columbus Dispatch Those seeking healthier hair trade chemicals for curls, kinks The growth regionally in the natural hair scene mirrors a national trend that Tonya Roberts, multicultural analyst at global marketing research firm Mintel, calls a “movement.”

StoreBrands A lucrative demographic Although the U.S. Asian population is small — representing only 5.4 percent of the total population, according to “The Shopping Experience of Asian Americans,” an August 2014 report from global market research firm Mintel — it is growing more quickly than the black and white populations. – See more at: http://www.storebrands.info/lucrative-demographic#sthash.1K2Lz98V.dpuf

MediaPost Opinions From Peers And Strangers Validate Choices And Intentions According to a new Mintel flagship report, American Lifestyles 2015, “constantly connected” Americans not only use the internet to stay connected to work, family and friends, but 69% seek out advice and opinions on goods and services before purchasing.

The Consumerist Companies Can Charge Customers A Bunch Of Money For Snack Bars Because They Know We’ll Buy’em And of course, there are those consumers who don’t mind paying as much as $3 for a bar that’s perceived as healthy, retailers say. To that end, bar consumption corresponds to household income with households that earn between $100,000 and $149,000 eating the most, according to market research firm Mintel.

ClickZ Traditional Media Targets Millennials With Social Influencer Campaigns Mintel says that 56 percent of US adults use online reviews created by people they don’t know to inform their decisions. And brands, take note: more than 50 percent of respondents were willing to pay more for a product that received positive reviews online.

MeatPoultry.com Flexible, re-closable and retail-ready packaging According to Mintel’s 2014 Food Packaging Report, 92 percent of respondents believe packaging’s most important attribute is the ability to preserve freshness.

Dairy Foods Magazine Making sense of dairy cultures Fully 44% of consumers who choose yogurt and yogurt drinks do so because they view the products as healthier than other snack options, according to a Mintel report.

The Denver Post (AP) Gilbert: Razor industry fights a losing battle with beards – The Denver Post British sales of razors and blades dropped by 3.6 percent last year, extending 2013’s 0.6 percent decline, according to a new report on British lifestyles by market research company Mintel: “The fashion for facial hair on men has continued into 2015, resulting in a continuance in deflated sales in the shaving and hair-removal markets. The shaving and hair-removal markets are also threatened by the increasing availability of long-term hair removal options such as intense pulsed light and laser devices.”

Food and Beverage Packaging Snacking routine for most Americans Snacking has become nearly universal, as 94% of U.S. adults snack at least once a day, according to market researcher Mintel.

CANADA

Marketing Magazine Canadians cut back spending, but not on food (Survey) Paying off debt is a big concern for Canadians, but they’re not letting it completely dictate their spending habits, according to a new report by research firm Mintel. The Canadian Lifestyles 2015 report said consumer spending would continue to rise, reaching $1.084 trillion this year, and increasing by 4.7% over the next five years.

Candian Business How a new wave of food entrepreneurs hope to persuade us to eat bugs The influential paper identified insects as playing a key role in solving global food security issues and urged for the diversification of human diets. It also approved of introducing insects into animal feed—a move that brings bugs a step closer to human consumption. Research into consumer attitudes toward entomophagy is relatively scarce, but a 2014 poll conducted by market researcher Mintel found a substantial proportion of non-insect eaters would be interested in trying bugs: 21% of Germans; 26% of Americans; 27% of U.K. residents and 52% of Chinese.

Canadian Grocer Shoppers spending more on groceries (survey) The Canadian Lifestyles 2015 report said consumer spending would continue to rise, reaching $1.084 trillion this year, and increasing by 4.7% over the next five years. The grocery gains “tie into a focus on family, as well as health and eating better—[consumers] don’t necessarily want to be eating out all the time,” said Carol Wong-Li, senior lifestyle analyst at Mintel in Toronto.

Metro News How to save money while keeping your kids busy this summer Carol Wong-Li, a senior lifestyle analyst at research company Mintel, recently studied consumer-spending habits. She says Canadians generally,

Money Sense Canadians are spending more on groceries Where Canadians are cutting back is on leisure, entertainment and recreation. “When families with bigger households participate in leisure activities, it’s expensive,” said Wong-Li. “So that’s the category that is going to be hit the hardest.” In the survey, 32% percent of respondents said they’ve spent less on leisure/entertainment and 52% said they’ve spent the same; and 27% said they’ve spent less on vacations and 44% said they’ve spent the same.

UK

Financial Times Fashion’s finest flock to capital for London Collections Men Mintel has reported a 65 per cent jump in men shopping for fashion online in the past twelve months, while analysts have dubbed the demographic driving the growth as the Henry (high earner, not rich yet) and the Yummy (young, urban male), a tribe of digitally savvy, unmarried and international millennials entering the global workforce.

Financial Times Primer Time Applied beneath make-up, primers promise a perfect finish and lasting coverage. According to Mintel, they have enjoyed the strongest growth of any product in its market, with UK sales of £38m last year; Benefit alone sells one Porefessional primer every 20 seconds.

The Sunday Times The edit Ironing is one of the most tedious chores, hated by 40% of the British population according to a survey by Mintel.

The Sunday Times Lucky few have gene recipe for youthful look With sales of facial skincare products estimated by Mintel, the market research firm, to be worth more than £1bn a year in the UK, the potential rewards from identifying an effective way to maintain youthful skin are enormous. P&G already produces Olay, a skincare line worth an estimated £2bn a year globally.

The Telegraph Wet wipes – work of the devil or an invaluable convenience? One in five us carry around with us – at all times – some form of wipe, according to Mintel. Not just parents with a sticky toddler in tow, but adults who cannot bear to be “unfresh” for more than a few minutes.

The Sunday Times Truth of cellulies Little wonder, then, that according to Mintel, 22% of British consumers who buy body products say they buy them for specific skin concerns such as cellulite; sales of firming and cellulite creams increased by 1.4% in 2012/13.

London Evening Standard Why the beardstache sported by Jamie Dornan and Chris Millington is the hottest new facial-hair trend Last week, market research company Mintel said that in 2014 sales of razors and blades had fallen more than three per cent, with King of Shaves chief executive Andy Hill wondering optimistically whether a hot summer might lead men to “reconsider their beards”.

The Telegraph The beard is dead, long live the ‘beardstache’ Earlier this month, market researchers Mintel found that sales of razors and blades fell by 3.6 per cent in 2014.

The Grocery Trader JUNE DIGITAL EDITION – SURFing THE WAVES – 75% of Britons ‘benefiting’ from globalisation In new research from Mintel’s flagship British Lifestyles report, the “vast majority” of consumers surveyed said they were benefitting from the international influences on Britain.

The Grocer Digital Feature: 10 things you need to know about… meat, fish & poultry With the help of Mintel we’ve scoured the globe to find the best MFP innovation from around the world. So which products have made our Top 10 and which trends have driven their development?

The Grocer Digital Feature: 10 Things You Need To Know About… Dairy We’ve teamed up with Mintel again to pick the best innovation from around the world in dairy. So, which products have made the list and which trends have driven their development?

Daily Star Nation’s Misers People spent less on going out and beauty products last year in spite of a stronger economy, say market researchers Mintel.

Morning Advertiser Cider Trends Summit 2015: Exciting speaker line-up confirmed Exclusive research analysis, specifically for this event, from Chris Wisson, senior drinks analyst at Mintel.

Sky News Is This The End For The Humble Cappuccino? Figures from global research firm Mintel show Costa Coffee is the largest coffee chain in the UK, followed by Starbucks and then Caffe Nero.

Vogue Menswear Shopping In London: A Vogue Guide It comes as no surprise then, that since LC:M’s inception in 2012, London’s menswear retail scene has also boomed and is set to continue to do so, with research firm Mintel predicting a 27 per cent rise in UK men’s fashion sales between 2013 and 2018.

The Times (future of skincare) Changing face of skincare in the UK Mintel reports that the total value of mass and luxury women’s skincare in the UK last year was just over £1 billion. There was a small decline of 0.5 per cent in the mass market, but luxury remained steady.

The Times (future of skincare) Top Global Trends Heading for the UK “Asia is where it’s all going on,” says Vivienne Rudd, Mintel’s director of global innovation and insight, beauty and personal care. And while innovation in Japan has always been a source of inspiration, in recent years Korea has become something of a beauty powerhouse.

The Times (future of skincare) Toxic Avengers Attack Beware the toxic avengers. A gang of Marvel anti-heroes? No, but in terms of skin ageing, just as threatening. The expression refers to environmental aggressors and Mintel, who coined the catchy headline, say in a recent report: “The cosmetics industry has been awakening consumers to the immediate, visible and personal effects of pollution that threaten our skin.”

The Times (future of skincare) Don’t miss out on your sleep if you want to be beautiful Mintel has identified “the new night” as a trend to watch in facial skincare. “These products will increasingly work with the body’s circadian rhythms and natural melatonin levels, and new formats will be introduced,” says Vivienne Rudd, Mintel’s director of global innovation and insight, beauty and personal care.

BBC World Threading, Waxing, Clipping and Shaping: The Brave New World of Men’s Grooming Emmanuelle Moeglin, Global Fragrance and Colour Cosmetics Analyst, talks to BBC World on the changing face of male grooming.

The Observer The age of peacocks: British men get serious at last about looking good In the UK, menswear contributed £12.9bn to the UK economy in 2014 – an annual upsurge of almost 5%. Mintel predicts that figure will be £16.4bn by 2018. (Mintel estimates the 2014 value of womenswear to be £26bn.)

The Telegraph Why your glass of wine could soon be replaced by a cup of tea “Individual brands could look to more effectively capitalise on the role of tea as a good alternative to alcohol on a night in and as an alternative to snacks, such as standard carbonated soft drinks and chocolate bars,” said Richard Ford, senior food and drink analyst at Mintel.

Belfast Telegraph From Jamie Dornan to Graeme McDowell: Why Northern Ireland celebrities are sporting trendy beards, but is it a fad that’s going to keep growing? Whatever the reason, the marketing research firm Mintel believes that it is unlikely to change this year and the company has predicted another tough year for razor sellers.

The Grocer “Kantar is hugely influential – but it can’t tell us why grocery volumes are not picking up any faster”  Mintel’s British Lifestyles 2015 demonstrates how tough consumers are still finding it.

The Grocer Budget own label dodges steepest price war deflation News of the changes in budget own-label prices came in the week Mintel’s British Lifestyle report stated the proportion of shoppers buying own-label products fell from 56% in 2013 to 46% in 2014.

Retail Times Gluten free pastry specialist, Pidy, predicts further free from growth Recent data from Mintel has shown that nearly two in five of those who eat or have previously eaten gluten-free foods (38%) do so because they believe it’s better for their overall health.

Morning Advertiser Mintel report shows drinking out spend drops But, following several years of declining sales, beer bounced back in 2014 as volumes rose by 1.3%, Mintel figures show.

How To Spend It – Financial Times The best new luxury hair products Now, according to Mintel, luxury hair brands constitute 25 per cent of all hair products launched in the UK and, according to the market research company NPD Group, “It has been the most dynamically growing prestige beauty segment since 2011.” Despite the whimsical economy, luxury haircare sales in the UK alone grew by a staggering 14.8 per cent to £17.6m in 2014.

The Global Marketing Alliance Seven in ten Americans seek opinions before purchasing – report A snapshot of the American consumer in 2015 would be incomplete without a smartphone or mobile device, accompanied by the moniker ‘constantly connected’. So says a new report from Mintel – American Lifestyles 2015 –a comprehensive look at American consumerism.

Convenience Store World foods: Fresh flavours stir it up Market analyst Mintel has confirmed there is a world war going on in the ethnic eats category as a growing number of global cuisines slug it out in-store.

Retail Focus Opinion: Male beauty According to Mintel*, US sales for the men’s personal care market hit $4.1 billion in 2014, up 6.7 per cent from 2012, and it predicts sales will grow to $4.6 billion by 2019.

Food Manufacturer Ming Foods expands pancake production plant Meanwhile, consumption of Chinese food in British homes has been growing for the past three years, with popularity outstripping Indian food, according to recent data from Mintel.

International Supermarket News The story behind the supermarket price wars; how voice-directed warehouse technology is driving the competition forward The convenience of ecommerce has led to some 20% of adults now doing all or most of their grocery shopping online – confirming that the UK is leading in online grocery retailing in Europe (Mintel report).

Daily Express Online Dating is Older and Wiser Analyst Mintel’s latest Online Dating report in January finds that over-55s are still the least likely group to indulge in flirty, virtual interaction and date this way.

Insights – Ingredients Network US energy drinks market booming, says Mintel Despite widely-known concerns about the safety of certain ingredients, Mintel says that energy drinks and shots are expected to remain popular with American consumers, primarily older Millennials (consumers age 27-37) who may be transitioning to parenthood.

The Telegraph Anyone for wasabi popcorn? How popcorn went gourmet According to analysts Mintel, sales of popcorn in the UK reached £105m in 2014, up 40 per cent from £75m in 2013.

Daily Mail Young generation frets over money: Half of those aged between 16 and 35 say they are cautious spenders who worry about cash most of the time Chryso Kolakkides, senior financial services analyst at market researchers Mintel, who carried out the research, said: ‘Although the UK economy is gaining steam and youth unemployment continues to fall, many Millennials still feel disadvantaged, particularly those who entered the workforce when things were at their worst.

Daily Mail The problem area you never knew you had! Fitness trainer’s new workout promises to give you a back like BARBIE… with two perfect dimples above the bottomA new craze dubbed the ‘Barbie back’ – a lean, toned back with two distinctive dimples – has prompted image-conscious women to rush out for liposuction. According to a recent Mintel report, it’s the biggest emerging cosmetic procedure of the year, but it doesn’t come cheap – and it’s not the only route to a Barbie doll-worthy back.

The Grocer Looking after the pennies: a habit ingrained for good?Despite signs of economic recovery, consumers continue to penny punch. That was the finding of the Mintel British Lifestyles Report 2015 this month.

The Grocer Focus on… butter & spreads – Better with butter?Rhiannon Carr, Stork brand manager, adds: “The home baking market is set to grow to £1.9bn from 2014 to 2019 [Mintel] and presents a lucrative sales opportunity for retailers, with Stork perfectly positioned.”

The Scottish Farmer Venison and fish in demand According to Mintel’s ‘The Fifty’ report, which identifies the top 50 markets around the globe with the best growth potential, the research company attributed this growth purely as a result of increased venison sales.

Leisure Opportunities Savvy shopping Brits spending less on leisure: study The findings from Mintel’s new British Lifestyles report – which tracks the activity of all consumer sectors in the UK – shows that over the past year consumers are more likely to have spent less in every area except in-home food.

Solar Power Portal On the edge of a solar revelation According to the survey carried out market researchers Mintel a huge three fifths of householders are now considering the solar PV option, as a result of the perpetual rise in energy bills.

Digital Marketing Magazine What can Digital Marketers do to Combat Consumer Fears Surrounding Wearables? According to a recent report by Mintel, already over one in five UK adults use a wearable device or have adopted a health-related mobile app into their daily routine.

Yahoo! News UK & Ireland Men who ‘shop like women’ light up London catwalk shows Half of British men aged 16-24 purchased at least one garment in the last three months of 2014, as many as their girlfriends, according to market research institute Mintel.

Cosmetics Business Men’s Market: Overview and Future Predictions With the news that 42% of men now use a gender specific facial moisturiser and 74% of men are defined as keen personal care shoppers it seems men are finally embracing the benefits that facial skin care products can bring8. 8.http://www.mintel.com/press-centre/beauty-and-personal-care/beauty-personal-care-product-launches-increase-substantially

Food Manufacturer Europe’s gluten-free boom won’t end yet Countries with notable sales included the UK (£365M), Italy (£250M) and Germany (£54M). However, even combined, the EU market did not top the US’s $8.8bn gluten-free market, according to David Jago, director of innocation and insight at Mintel UK.

APAC

搜狐 据英国市场研究咨询公司英敏特最新的一份报告显示,在过去的六个月,有95%的20-49岁中国女性曾经使用面膜。同等条件下,欧洲女性占比只有30%-44%。这就意味着在中国年轻女性中,几乎人人都用面膜。

新浪 御泥坊首款可以贴的泥浆面膜NEMO天猫首发 据英敏特提供的行业数据,2013年4月禽流感爆发后,其销售额比2012年同期锐减了36%。2013年肯德基总体销售额下降15%,导致同期利润暴跌了32%。

大公網 – 香港 肯德基起诉微信账号背后隐情 据英敏特提供的行业数据,2013年4月禽流感爆发后,其销售额比2012年同期锐减了36%。2013年肯德基总体销售额下降15%,导致同期利润暴跌了32%。

EMEA

Cosmetics Design Europe What’s hot and what’s not in UK beauty 2015 Market researcher Mintel has released its British Lifestyles 2015: At the intersection of Tradition and Globalisation report; and in it, has taken a look at the winners and loser for 2015 based on its data

Publituris “Todo” o turismo é cultural Embora seja difícil estimar a atual dimensão deste fenómeno, o OCDE e a OMT estimavam que em 2007 o turismo cultural representava 40% de todo o turismo internacional (bem acima dos 37% em 1995) (Mintel, Cultural and Heritage Tourism-International, 2011).

World Press OnLine On June 19th in the afternoon, MakeUp in Paris will be “So British”! According to Mintel, the growth rate of the make-up industry almost hit the 4% mark last year, over the previous year. A market truly of its own in any case, teeming with business opportunities for both small and leading brands.

Positions and Promotions Americans reverted back to pre-recession spending habits According to Mintel report American Lifestyles 2015, a comprehensive look at American consumer markets, over the next five years total sales are forecast to increase by 21.9 percent.

Beverage Daily Forget extreme sports – it’s about extreme parenting! Energy drinks may market to young millennials but parents’ consumption is on the rise The pressures of raising children, juggling work and home life, and other daily responsibilities mean older millennials are increasingly turning to energy drinks, accorsing to a report from Mintel.

Positions and Promotions Americans turning to collective shopping decisions According to Mintel report American Lifestyles 2015, a comprehensive look at American consumerism, Americans not only use the internet to stay connected to work, family and friends, but 69 percent seek out advice and opinions on goods and services before purchasing.

Cosmetics Design Europe What’s hot and what’s not in UK beauty 2015 Market researcher Mintel has released its British Lifestyles 2015: At the intersection of Tradition and Globalisation report; and in it, has taken a look at the winners and loser for 2015 based on its data

MTV3.fi Kauneusihanteet muuttuvat ryminällä: Epätäydellisyys on nyt trendikästä Lähde: Kauneusseminaari 2015: Tulevat trendit kosmetiikassa, Bernerin viestintäpäällikkö Anne Sario, Mintel

Premium Beauty News MakeUp in Paris will be “So British”! According to Mintel, the growth rate of the make-up industry in the UKalmost hit the 4% mark last year, over the previous year.

MTV3.fi Tällainen on uusi ihannemies – täytätkö uuden trendin vaatimukset? Lähde: Kauneusseminaari 2015: Tulevat trendit kosmetiikassa, Bernerin viestintäpäällikkö Anne Sario, Mintel

BeverageDaily.com Move over, alcohol! Tea and other beverages can take advantage of alcohol consumption decline An alternative to alcohol comes from an unlikely source – tea – and the offer in the market is evolving, according to market researches Mintel.

Cosmetics Design Europe Winner – Hair care Mintel says anti-ageing hair care, as well as customised blends are tempting women to spend more per product in the category and move away from buying whichever brand is on special offer.

Food Navigator Young Germans embrace meat reduction Meat reduction and vegetarianism is a growin trend among German consumers – and one in five young people buiys meat alternatives, according to new research from Mintel.

Cosmetics Design Europe June 24th is the date to put in your diaries for Skincare Ingredients 2015 These presentations will be given by top industry experts from leading cosmetic players such as Coty and Nu Skin, ingredients suppliers such as Merck and Mibelle, as well as the in-depth industry knowledge from professionals at Seers Consulting, Mintel and the Institute for In Vitro Sciences.

Bullfax.com Companies Can Charge Customers A Bunch Of Money For Snack Bars Because They Know We’ll Buy’em And of course, there are those consumers who don’t mind paying as much as $3 for a bar that’s perceived as healthy, retailers say. To that end, bar consumption corresponds to household income with households that earn between $100,000 and $149,000 eating the most, according to market research firm Mintel.

Portalspozywczy.pl Słodycze wzbogacone wapniem mogą być odpowiedzią na potrzeby rynku w Polsce Analitycy firmy Mintel sugerują, że dla polskich producentów wyrobów cukierniczych eksperymentowanie z oświadczeniami o funkcjonalności i “dodatkach” to obiecujący kierunek.

Bullfax.com Kellogg Wants to Make a Netflix for Snacks According to a report by market research firm Mintel, the snack subscription provider Graze, for example, enrolls a new batch of 1,000 customers every day. One thing we can probably bet on? The snack subscription won’t be featuring any Pop-Tarts. – See more at: http://www.bullfax.com/?q=node-kellogg-wants-make-netflix-snacks-0#sthash.yHVQSDKH.dpuf

The Wall Street Journal Europe A Secret Service for Men’s Clothes Out of 2000 men surveyed in 2014, 53% tended to shop at a few clothing stores, according to Mintel. Repair services “can create that kind of loyalty and keep them coming back,” says Diana Smith, Mentel senior retail and apparel analyst.

Ad Hoc News Frost & Sullivan The review by market intelligence agency Mintel, released Wednesday, found Canadians are focused on paying off . Repaying debt a priority of Canadians with extra money, report says.

Cosmetics Design Europe Skin care – regulatory updates you do not want to miss! Sessions will be given by top industry experts from leading cosmetic players such as Coty and Nu Skin, ingredients suppliers such as Merck and Mibelle, as well as the in-depth industry knowledge from professionals at Seers Consulting, Mintel and the Institute for In Vitro Sciences.

B&L MedienGesellschaft Fleischersatz-Boom nicht verpassen Forschungsergebnisse der Agentur Mintel zeigen unter jungen deutschen Verbrauchern einen wachsenden Trend zum Vegetarismus und einer Ernährung mit verringertem Fleischanteil auf.

MSN Nieuws Vooral jonge Duitser eet bewust minder vlees Marktonderzoeksbureau Mintel nam de Duitse vleesconsumptie onder de loep. Het aantal Duitsers dat minder vlees eten of helemaal vegetarisch eet, groeit.

Marketing Chine Ces marques qui pénètrent le marché chinois sans ouvrir la moindre boutique… En 2009, le e-commerce représente 3% du total des ventes au détail en Chine, et il atteindrait les 15,4% en 2014 avec 409 milliards de dollars à en croire la compagnie d’enquête Mintel.

Meatinfo.ru Немецкая молодежь отказывается от мяса  Традиционные потребители мяса в Германии, молодые люди, активно отказываются от мяса и становятся вегетарианцами, сообщает аналитическое агентство Mintel.

BRAZIL

Globo News TV Gastos dos brasileiros devem crescer menos nos próximos anos , diz Mintel In this piece a journalist and a regular guest of this news channel talk about some of the main findings of the report. (please click on the “play” icon in order to watch the video)

G1 (Globo) Gastos dos brasileiros devem crescer menos nos próximos anos , diz Mintel Enquanto os gastos dos brasileiros evoluíram a uma média de 11% entre 2009 e 2014, esse aumento deve ser mais modesto nos próximos anos, aponta o relatório Estilos de Vida dos Brasileiros: Hábitos Online, antecipado ao G1 pela Mintel.

Valor Econômico Gastos do brasileiro crescerão em ritmo menor até 2019, mostra estudo Ainda menos usuários, 22%, disseram ter clicado nas propagandas estampadas em sites de relacionamento. As informações constam do levantamento “Estilos de Vida dos Brasileiros: Habitos Online Brasil”, da multinacional britanica de pesquisas, Mintel.

Meio & Mensagem Maioria dos brasileiros ignora anúncios em redes sociais No ano passado, esse valor foi de R$ 3,29 trilhoes. As informacoes sao da pesquisa Estilos de Vida dos Brasileiros: Hábitos Online, realizado pela Mintel.

Yahoo Brasil Consumo crescerá 37% até 2019 Estudo da empresa de pesquisa Mintel aponta queda nas projeções para esse setor, que até aqui vinha crescendo diante do aumento de penetração de tablets e celulares

Estado de Minas Caem expectativas para vendas de tecnologia, lazer e vestuário, mostra estudo Mas a maior reversão nas expectativas acontece no comércio de itens de tecnologia. Estudo da empresa de pesquisa Mintel aponta queda nas projeções para esse setor, que até aqui vinha crescendo diante do aumento de penetração de tablets e celulares.

DCI Caem expectativas para vendas de tecnologia, lazer e vestuário, mostra estudo mas a maior reversão nas expectativas acontece no comércio de itens de tecnologia. Estudo da empresa de pesquisa Mintel aponta queda nas projeções para esse setor, que até aqui vinha crescendo diante do aumento de penetração de tablets e celulares.

Cosmética News Caem expectativas para vendas de tecnologia, lazer e vestuario, mostra estudo O mercado brasileiro de beleza deve crescer 10,2% ao ano na média para o período entre 2015 e 2019. A previsão é da consultoria britânica Mintel, que acaba de divulgar um relatório sobre as tendências de consumo para o mercado local. O setor é um dos que deve manter um bom nível de crescimento, mesmo que a crise afete a intensidade.

Cosméticos BR Consumo de beleza no Brasil deve alcançar R$ 107 bilhões em 2019 No recém-lançado relatório da Mintel, Brazilian Lifestyles 2015 (Estilos de Vida do Consumidor Brasileiro), que cobre todos os setores de consumo do país a agência de pesquisa de mercado avalia que, apesar do Brasil passar por uma crise econômica, algumas áreas apresentarão melhores desempenhos que outras.

Cosmetic Innovation Estilos de Vida e de Consumo dos brasileiros apontam para crescimento moderado de 10,25 por cento até 2019 Apesar do Brasil passar por uma crise econômica, algumas categorias de consumo devem se sair bem nos próximos anos, como aponta o recém-lançado relatório da Mintel.

Supermercado Moderno Setor de HPPC deverá ser menos afetado pela crise O setor deverá movimentar R$ 107 bilhões nos próximos quatro anos no Brasil, segundo pesquisa da consultoria britânica Mintel. Outro destaque em consumo será o segmento de cuidados com a casa.

Monitor Mercantil Produtos de higiene e beleza deverão ter alta média de 10,2% ao ano até 2019 As perspectivas para o varejo online no Brasil são positivas. Pesquisa da Mintel revela que, no Brasil, a internet é utilizada principalmente para comunicação, interação social e como fonte de informação. Porém, dados presentes no relatório Estilos de Vida dos Brasileiros mostram que há espaço para a área de varejo prosperar, especialmente em tempos de crise econômica.

Jornal do Comércio Pesquisa mostra que 43% dos brasileiros fazem compras pela internet Estudo da empresa de pesquisa Mintel aponta queda nas projeções para esse setor, que até aqui vinha crescendo diante do aumento de penetração de tablets e celulares.

Diario do Grande ABC Caem expectativas para vendas de tecnologia, lazer e vestuário Estudo da empresa de pesquisa Mintel aponta queda nas projeções para esse setor, que até aqui vinha crescendo diante do aumento de penetração de tablets e celulares.

Extra (Globo) Caem expectativas para vendas de tecnologia, lazer e vestuário, mostra estudoEssas são algumas das principais conclusões do estudo Estilos de Vida do Consumidor Brasileiro 2015, preparado pela Mintel, multinacional britânica de pesquisas de mercado.

Guarulhos Web Na crise, itens de beleza e cuidados do lar vendem mais, diz pesquisa Estudo da empresa de pesquisa Mintel aponta queda nas projeções para esse setor, que até aqui vinha crescendo diante do aumento de penetração de tablets e celulares.

Administradores Caem expectativas para vendas de tecnologia, lazer e vestuario, mostra estudo As perspectivas para o varejo online no Brasil são positivas. De fato, nova pesquisa da Mintel revela que, no Brasil, a internet é utilizada principalmente para comunicação, interação social e como fonte de informação.

Administradores Quase metade dos brasileiros fazem compras pela internet, mostra pesquisa Apesar do Brasil passar por uma crise econômica, algumas categorias de consumo devem se sair bem nos próximos anos. É o que aponta o relatório da Mintel, Estilos de Vida do Consumidor Brasileiro, que cobre todos os setores de consumo do país

Meta Análise Pesquisa aponta que brasileiros devem gastar R$ 4,5 tri em 2019 As perspectivas para o varejo online no Brasil são positivas. De fato, nova pesquisa da Mintel revela que, no Brasil, a internet é utilizada principalmente para comunicação, interação social e como fonte de informação. Porém, dados presentes no relatório ‘Estilos de Vida dos Brasileiros’ mostram que há espaço para a área de varejo prosperar.

Diário do Comércio 43% dos brasileiros fazem compras pela internet Estudo da empresa de pesquisa Mintel aponta queda nas projeções para esse setor, que até aqui vinha crescendo diante do aumento de penetração de tablets e celulares.

Giro News Caem expectativas para vendas de tecnologia De acordo com o levantamento da Mintel, até 2019, o mercado de beleza e cuidados pessoais deve crescer em média 10,2% ao ano, para R$ 107,3 bilhões, contra um crescimento médio anual de 13% no intervalo anterior (2010 a 2014). Itens mais baratos, como batons e esmaltes, devem ter aumento de demanda, diz o estudo.

O Negócio do Varejo Na crise, itens de beleza e cuidados do lar vendem mais Como saem menos e passam mais tempo em casa, deixam a residência mais limpa e cheirosa, uma tradição do brasileiro, que é reforçada neste momento. Essas são algumas das principais conclusões do estudo Estilos de Vida do Consumidor Brasileiro 2015, preparado pela Mintel, multinacional britânica de pesquisas de mercado.

Tribuna do Norte Itens de beleza e cuidados do lar vendem mais na crise Mas a maior reversão nas expectativas acontece no comércio de itens de tecnologia. Estudo da empresa de pesquisa Mintel aponta queda nas projeções para esse setor, que até aqui vinha crescendo diante do aumento de penetração de tablets e celulares.

O Povo Consumo de tecnologia e vestuário deve recuar É estipulado que o consumo dos brasileiros venha a gerar um montante na ordem de R$ 4,509 trilhões em 2019. Em 2014, o total de gastos foi de R$ 3,2 trilhões. A projeção é da Mintel, Agência mundial de inteligência de mercado, que elaborou pesquisa acerca do consumo dos brasileiros até 2019.

Jornal da Cidade Atividade comercial registra crescimento de 0,6% em maio Estudo da empresa de pesquisa Mintel aponta queda nas projeções para esse setor, que até aqui vinha crescendo diante do aumento de penetração de tablets e celulares.

Decision report Caem expectativas para vendas de tecnologia, lazer e vestuario, mostra estudo As perspectivas para o varejo online no Brasil são positivas. A nova pesquisa da Mintel revela que, no Brasil, a internet é utilizada principalmente para comunicação, interação social e como fonte de informação.

Varejista 43% dos brasileiros fazem compras pela internet As perspectivas para o varejo online no Brasil são positivas. De fato, nova pesquisa da Mintel revela que, no Brasil, a internet é utilizada principalmente para comunicação, interação social e como fonte de informação. Porém, dados presentes no relatório Estilos de Vida dos Brasileiros mostram que há espaço para a área de varejo prosperar.

Varejista Quase metade dos brasileiros fazem compras pela internet, mostra pesquisa Estudo da empresa de pesquisa Mintel aponta queda nas projeções para esse setor, que até aqui vinha crescendo diante do aumento de penetração de tablets e celulares.

Diario do Nordeste Caem expectativas para vendas de Tecnologia, lazer e vestuário, mostra estudo Estudo da empresa de pesquisa Mintel aponta queda nas projeções para esse setor, que até vinha crescendo diante do aumento de penetração de tablets e celulares.

Mundo do Marketing Caem expectativas para venda de tecnologia Ainda assim, algumas categorias de consumo devem se sair bem nos próximos anos, apesar do Brasil passar por uma crise econômica, como aponta o recém-lançado relatório da Mintel, Estilos de Vida do Consumidor Brasileiro, que cobre todos os setores de consumo do país.

Data Mark Gastos dos brasileiros crescerão 37% em cinco anos “Essas categorias ainda terão boas projeções de crescimento até 2019 embora numa escala menor do que no passado. O consumidor já está optando por produtos mais simples e básicos”, afirma Renata Moura, analista sênior de pesquisa de consumo da Mintel.

Newtrade Produtos de higiene e beleza deverão ter alta média de 10,2% ao ano até 2019 As informações constam do levantamento “Estilo de vida dos brasileiros – hábitos online Brasil”, da multinacional britânica de pesquisas Mintel.

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