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:

US

Reuters: U.S. banks ramp up credit card lending but margins may suffer. According to Mintel, a market research firm, banks are on track to mail out about 17 percent more offers for credit cards this year compared with 2010.

USA Today: Beef jerky: now a chain outlet. Jerky is a trend — and all trends that rise eventually fall, says Lynn Dornblaser, director of innovation and insight at Mintel, a market research specialty firm. “Having looked at trends for some time, I can say that protein’s popularity can’t stay at this level,” says Dornblaser.

Forbes:  The new way Americans are snacking. As many as 30% of Americans reported eating a frozen entrée as a snack, according to a 2014 report from Mintel. The report also found 41% of 25- to 34-year-olds surveyed were even more inclined to do so.

Marketplace Radio: Banks seek profits in credit cards. “Obviously, the card industry did feel it had increased costs as a result of the regulation,” says Andrew Davidson, a senior vice president with Mintel Comperemedia. “They, I think, in the long term, benefit from this better consumer behavior in terms of paying back their bills.”

Fortune Magazine: Got a whole gelato love. Graphic: SERVED UP Gelato sales are mounting, though they’re still only a small fraction of the ice cream market.

Chart Sources: 2014 estimated, Information Resources Inc.; Bureau of Labor Statistics; Census Bureau; Mintel.

CNBC: U.S. banks ramp up credit card lending but margins may suffer. According to Mintel, a market research firm, banks are on track to mail out about 17 percent more offers for credit cards this year compared with 2010.

Entrepreneur: 3 insights entrepreneurs must know about Millennials’ mobile behavior. According to a study from Mintel, 60 percent of millennials said that they were willing to share details about their personal preferences and habits with advertisers.

Fox Business: U.S. bank margins may suffer as credit card lending grows. According to Mintel, a market research firm, banks are on track to mail out about 17 percent more offers for credit cards this year compared with 2010.

Yahoo! Finance: 3 insights entrepreneurs must know about Millennials’ mobile behavior. According to a study from Mintel, 60 percent of millennials said that they were willing to share details about their personal preferences and habits with advertisers.

Yahoo! Finance: Credit card interest rates remain at 15.07 percent. According to research conducted by Mintel Comperemedia, which tracks credit card mailings, issuers mailed slightly more 0 percent balance transfers offers in the first eight months of 2014 than they did the previous year.

Yahoo! Finance: U.S. banks ramp up credit card lending but margins may suffer. According to Mintel, a market research firm, banks are on track to mail out about 17 percent more offers for credit cards this year compared with 2010.

Chicago Tribune: Free personal shoppers are the new norm. So more and more stores are offering free personal stylists who will do everything from opening the store early and keeping it open late to shipping your items to you — all to persuade shoppers to choose their inventory over that of the other stores, said Ali Lipson, retail and apparel analyst for the Mintel Group.

Chicago Tribune: U.S. banks ramp up credit card lending but margins may suffer. According to Mintel, a market research firm, banks are on track to mail out about 17 percent more offers for credit cards this year compared with 2010.

Orange County Register: Number of people with gluten-related disorders continues to rise. According to a recent report from research firm Mintel, the availability of gluten-free foods has grown 44 percent over the past three years.

Asbury Park Press: Locals take on natural hair movement. The consumer research group Mintel reported a 26 percent drop in relaxer sales since 2008 ($206 million). There has been a 15 percent drop since 2011, when sales totaled $179 million, according to Mintel.

MediaPost Marketing Daily: Instagram taps Levin as COO. U.S. social media advertising revenues will exceed $11 billion in 2017, almost double last year’s total of $6.1 billion, according to the latest forecast from Mintel.

TakePart.com: 5 nasty ingredients to avoid when buying green beauty products. “Natural beauty used to be a prestige, niche market, but now we’re seeing the trend translating to mass market product lines and even the stores’ private labels,” said Shannon Romanowski, senior beauty and personal care analyst at Mintel.

CreditCards.com: Credit card interest rates remain at 15.07 percent. According to research conducted by Mintel Comperemedia, which tracks credit card mailings, issuers mailed slightly more 0 percent balance transfers offers in the first eight months of 2014 than they did the previous year.

Beverage World: Energy drink reboot. Mintel, a market research firm based in Chicago, released a consumer survey in May 2013 in which 36 percent of 1,500 consumers surveyed reported that they do not drink either energy drinks or energy shots because they heard negative information about their health effects. In the same survey, about 42 percent said they don’t consume energy products because “they are not good for my health.”

Beverage World: Red Bull announces 2015 “Editions’ line extension. According to Mintel, sugar and calories are key category barriers beyond taste, so the Red Bull Orange and Cherry Editions will appeal to new users and health conscious consumers with flavored zero calorie, zero sugar options. In fact, Nielsen data shows that 59% of the energy category growth is coming from zero calorie flavored energy.

Beverage Industry: Bottled water consumption rises. In a Mintel survey, approximately three-fourths of respondents said that they drink water because it is good for them and keeps them hydrated throughout the day, the Chicago-based market research firm states in its March 2014 “Bottled Water and Cold Beverages Mixes – US” report.

Supermarket News: Cash-strapped Millennials will splurge on food. Mintel asked online respondents about their purchases of specialty foods, defined as premium quality foods like high-end chocolate made by small or local companies, or foods with exotic or ethnic flavors, or the best ingredients available, or those that have ingredients that are unique.

Dairy Foods: Fancy cheeses take a spotlight. Interest in gourmet or artisan cheeses has helped spark cheese sales growth, most notably among the natural cheese segment, according to a report from Chicago-based Mintel.

Organic Spa Magazine: Beauty news October 2014. According to Mintel, beauty and personal care launches specifically targeted at men have increased globally by 70 percent over the past six years. Here are two products that we were tempted to steal from.

UK & Ireland

The Telegraph: On the 69th day of Christmas. . . Richard Perks at Mintel, the market research firm, says: “Any retailer that goes on sale early might as well hoist a white flag and give up.”

Buzzfeed: What it’s really like to be young, British and overqualified. According to Mintel, a market research company, more than half of students are willing to take a job with little or no connection to their degree in order to get a steady income.

London Evening Standard: The rise of the spornosexual. Market research authority Mintel recently released a report showing that 13 per cent of 16- to 24-year-olds have depilated their chest in the past 12 months; 60 per cent ‘routinely groom’ their bodies; and a whopping 29 per cent have ‘removed hair from their pubic region’.

The Guardian: From vegan beef to fishless filets: meat substitutes are on the rise. In a study carried out by global market research company Mintel, of the 36% of Americans purchasing meat alternatives only 7% identified as vegetarians.

Independent i: Trading online can pay handsome dividends. Everyone now has the potential to be a part-time trader and there is remarkable enthusiasm for selling on the web. In fact, a quarter of shoppers plan to do more of their Christmas shopping online than last year, according to research from Mintel.

Daily Mirror: We’ll go bats at Halloween. The number of themed ‘fright night’ food and drink products on sale has more than doubled in the last four years, say analysts Mintel.

Retail Week: Halloween to provide £240m boost to retailers this year, says Mintel. Retailers are expected to benefit from £240m worth of Halloween-related sales this year, according to forecasts from Mintel.

Daily Mail: Indiana Jones and the Lycra shorts: Harrison Ford gets his cycling kit on as he goes for a ride around London. Recent research by retail analyst Mintel suggests there has been a surge in men of a certain age taking up cycling when they might once have invested in a motorcycle or sports car.

Financial Times: Thirst for latest sports technology helps boost the benefits of exercise. According to the market researcher Mintel, bike sales by value rose from £639m in 2008 to £745m in 2013, while the volume of bikes sold dropped over the same period by 13 per cent to 3.2m a year – showing that cyclists are spending more money on each machine.

London Evening Standard: London’s best: Male strippers. Think it’s weird for a man to wax? Then you’re in the minority. According to a recent Mintel report, one in five men in the UK aged 16 to 44 removes his chest hair, and almost a third tackle unruly pubic hair.

The Telegraph: Man Booker prize: are paper books too expensive? Almost a quarter of respondents said that paper books cost too much, compared to 16pc who thought that of ebooks. Of people who are open to buying both paper books and ebooks, 42pc said they will always choose the cheaper option, the market research firm Mintel found.

Marketing Magazine: Millennials drive boom in UK Halloween spending. The UK’s younger generation is emulating American-style Halloween celebrations with 58 percent of 16-24 year-olds and 55 per cent of 25-34 year olds spending on related products and services in 2013, according to Mintel.

The Telegraph: How Weetabix is made. According to Mintel, the market research firm, Britain is eating 50,000 metric tons less cereal than we were back in 2009.

Metro: The sweet taste of success. According to Mintel, 22 per cent of us are looking for a flash in our ganache, and are seeking fresh and innovative flavours.

Daily Mail: ANNE SHOOTER SAVVY SHOPPER: Time to spice up curry night at home with these delicious dinners. Sales of Indian ready meals rose from £472 million in 2011 to an estimated £492 million in 2013; Indian cooking sauces went up from £177 million in 2011 to £194 million last year and sales of Indian accompaniments rose from £134 million in 2011 to £141 million in 2013, according to retail analyst Mintel.

Daily Mail: ANNE SHOOTER SAVVY SHOPPER: Chocolate heaven – From edible nail varnish to a deliciously naughty sauce, the tasty treats worth spending your money on. Retail analyst Mintel says 95 per cent of us eat chocolate — with a third eating it more than four times a week, two-thirds of us believing we deserve a treat and 30 per cent of us doing it to boost our mood.

Mail Online: U.S. banks ramp up credit card lending but margins may suffer. According to Mintel, a market research firm, banks are on track to mail out about 17 percent more offers for credit cards this year compared with 2010.

The Independent: Real cider: The new generation of British producers: This reflects the wider market – fruit- flavoured offerings are most popular with young women, according to Mintel research.

The Sunday Times: Smooth operators. Last week, Mintel published an extensive report on hair removal and it made for astonishing reading. British men are shaving, waxing and lasering their body hair like never before.

The Independent: Selling online: the other side of the coin. What is not in doubt is the remarkable enthusiasm for selling on the web, as illustrated by research from Mintel which reveals that 25 per cent of customers are planning to do more of their shopping online this Christmas than during the festive period of 2013.

The Scotsman: E-books making Britain a nation of bookworms. The study, from market analysts Mintel, also shows how one in four consumers who have bought an e-book in the past year say they read more than they used to because e-books cost less than paperbacks.

Financial Times: Dust off your razors – baby-soft skin is back. Certainly, the grooming industry is anxious for men to dust off their razors. Market researcher Mintel found that the 28 per cent of men in the UK who were bearded had a marked effect on spending habits. “Sales of shaving preparations have suffered as men take a more relaxed approach to grooming,” says Charlotte Libby, Mintel’s senior beauty sector analyst.

The Times: The rise of Bake Off is changing kitchens. A report this year from the UK research company Mintel suggests that cooking shows such as The Great British Bake Off have helped to boost the sales of kitchen gadgets by a fifth, wil 35 per cent of Britons claiming to bake once a week.

The Telegraph: Being on time for work, and other things we sacrifice for our morning coffee. Instant coffee dominates the drink-at-home market, accounting for three-quarters of coffee sales in the UK, according to the market research firm Mintel.

The Telegraph: Most children no longer have television set in their bedroom. A survey by Mintel has found that 60 per cent of young British men (aged 16 to 24) regularly undertake some form of depilation.

The Telegraph: Beware, chaps this grooming arms race is really the pits. A recent survey by Mintel has found that 60 per cent of young British men (aged 16-24) regularly undertake some form of depilation.

The Telegraph: A very revealing underwear map of Britain. Richard Cope, a senior trends consultant at the retail analyst Mintel, said: “We see this happening with people’s responses towards buying hard-copy books and a definite renaissance in things like records.”

The Grocer: Male grooming heads south. Mintel today anouncing that half of British fellas feel under pressure to remove or groom body hair.

The Guardian: When did male body hair become a bad thing? Research by retail analysts Mintel revealed that 60% of 16 to 24-year-old British men now regularly remove their body hair.

Daily Express: Smooth operators! Young men say they feel pressured to razor away their pubic hair. New research by poll analysts Mintel has discovered that six out of 10 young guys admit to feeling pressured to remove or groom body hair.

Cosmopolitan UK: Why gluten-free beauty is on the rise. People intolerant to gluten are not only removing it from their diet, but their beauty routines too and a recent report by market research brand Mintel suggests cosmetics companies are getting on board to help them.

The Telegraph: The hairy male is on the endangered species list. Market research giants Mintel claim half of all Brits admit there is more pressure nowadays for men to remove or groom body hair – and the younger you are, the greater it is.

Daily Mirror: Smooth operators: almost 60% of young men feel pressure to groom body hair. Poll analysts Mintel said what was once described as ‘metrosexual’ behaviour is now commonplace.

Daily Mail: The demise of the hairy chest: Six in ten men aged 16 to 24 say they now regularly remove their body hair. The pressure is felt particularly by young men – aged 16-24 – with some six in ten saying they now routinely groom their body hair, according to research by retail analysts Mintel.

Radio Times: The rise and rise of the Great British Baker. According to market researchers Mintel, the home baking market grew by a whopping 84% between 2007 and 2012.

The Scotsman: Tennent’s to launch gluten-free beer. According to market research firm, Mintel, gluten free beers will be the next big growth area in the free-from food market, as the number of people diagnosed with allergies grows and consumers express a preference for healthier food choices.

Drapers: The Drapers Interview: Sarah Curran & Gareth Jones. However, Tamara Sender, senior fashion analyst at market research firm Mintel, says VeryExclusive’s target customer age range is spot on: “The decision to launch a luxury website targeted at women aged 26 to 35 makes sense as Mintel’s research shows that this growing demographic are the most likelyto own a luxury handbag and show the most commitment towards designer brands.”

EMEA

Planet Siol.net (Slovenia): Anketa: Tudi Slovenci se depilirajo. Pisali smo že o študiji agencije za tržne raziskave Mintel, ki je britanske moške povprašala o depilaciji telesa. Na Otoku namreč kar 60 odstotkov moških med 16. in 24. letom starosti odstranjuje velik del dlak po telesu.

Actua Litté (France): Des livres papier trop chers freinent les achats : direction l’ebook. Outre-Manche, une étude de la société Mintel semble indiquer que le coût d’un livre représente un frein aux achats, indiquent les consommateurs.

Mondopratico.it (Italy): I prodotti di Halloween vendono e aiutano le vendite. Mintel, società specializzata in ricerche di mercato, ha pubblicato i dati relativi alle vendite al dettaglio dei prodotti di Halloween, che hanno raggiunto nella sola Gran Bretagna i 290 milioni di euro nel 2013 e che secondo le previsioni quest’anno sfonderanno il tetto dei 300 milioni.

Aktuality.sk (Slovakia): Bez mäsa sa stravuje čoraz viac ľudí. Trendy je to najmä medzi mladými. Prekvapujúce sú aj čísla vyplývajúce z výskumu spoločnosti Mintel, ktoré hovoria o tom, že počet vegetariánskych výrobkov vo Veľkej Británii sa od roku 2009 zdvojnásobil a až 12 percent všetkých potravín a nápojov bolo uvedených na trh ako vegetariánske.

Neue Verpackung (Germany): Aisa stellt Laminattube für Haarcolorationen vor. Laut einer Studie von Mintel wird beispielsweise Indien in den nächsten fünf Jahren der am schnellsten wachsende Markt werden. Der Markt für Haarcolorationen, der dort 2013 auf rund 382 Millionen Dollar geschätzt wurde, soll zwischen 2012 und 2016 um 110 Prozent wachsen.

БезФормата.Ru (Russia): Мужское белье скажет всё об экономике. По оценкам исследовательской компании Mintel, в 2009 году продажи мужского нижнего белья упали на 2,3% – впервые с 2003 года.

Premium Beauty News( France): Trends: Towards hair free bodies? For today’s men, hair removal has extended past a simple shave of the face. According to a new research from Mintel [1], 50% of all Brits admit there is more pressure nowadays for men to remove or groom body hair.

Food & Nutrition (Netherlands): Gezonder snacken in verzadigde markten. Ambachtelijkheid en gezondheid zijn de trends in hartige snacks in verzadigde Westerse markten. Hier groeit de categorie nog wel in waarde, onder meer door productconcepten die inspelen op bovengenoemde trends. Beeld: Mintel

Gestion Restaurantes (Spain): La marca ‘Jabugo’ es ya elemento aglutinador del turismo gastronómico gracias a la Ruta del Jabugo. El 74 por ciento de los turistas británicos que visita España asegura que merece la pena viajar a nuestro país específicamente por la comida y el vino, según el estudio Holidays to Spain-UK de Mintel, difundido por la Federación de Industrias de Alimentación y Bebidas (FIAB).

Euronews (France): Lemon, peach and edamame — yes, beans — among chocolate trends 2014. According to market research group Mintel, sweet tooths around the world are driving up consumption, as the global market is expected to top $9.1 billion USD this year, up 4 percent from 2013.

Forsal.pl (Poland): Polacy pokochali zakupy online. W nadchodzące święta padnie rekord sprzedaży? Według badań firmy Mintel, sprzedaż internetowa w Europie podwoi się do 2019 r. i osiągnie wartość 330 miliardów euro.

ADZINE (Germany): Social Media in der Customer Journey. Social Media Advertising ist kräftig im Aufschwung, das Potenzial bei Weitem nicht ausgeschöpft. Einer Prognose des US-Marktforschungsunternehmens Mintel zufolge werden die Ausgaben für Social Media Advertising in den USA im Jahr 2017 rund 11 Milliarden US-Dollar betragen, andere Quellen gehen von 14 Milliarden US-Dollar für 2018 aus.

Telix.pl (Poland): W nadchodzące święta Bożego Narodzenia padnie rekord dostaw zakupów online. Według badań firmy Mintel, sprzedaż internetowa w Europie podwoi się do 2019 r. i osiągnie wartość 330 miliardów euro.

Bullfax.com (Bulgaria): American Banks Increase Credit-Card Lending. According to Mintel – a marketing research company – this year banks have started to ramp up their marketing expenses and have made 17% more credit-card offers, as compared to 2010.

elEconomista.es (Spain):  U.S. banks ramp up credit card lending but margins may suffer. According to Mintel, a market research firm, banks are on track to mail out about 17 percent more offers for credit cards this year compared with 2010.

Les Echos (France): Aux Etats-Unis, la « fausse viande » séduit au-delà des végétariens. Plus d’un tiers des Américains consomment des substituts de viande et, parmi eux, seuls 7 % se déclarent végétariens, d’après une étude de Mintel de 2013.

Planet Siol.net (Slovenia): Poraščeni moški so ogrožena vrsta. Študija agencije za tržne raziskave Mintel kaže, da polovica Britancev priznava, da so pod pritiskom glede odstranjevanja in oblikovanja dlak po vsem telesu.

NPR Berlin (Germany): Porridge Aficionados Vie To Make Theirs The Breakfast Of Champions. Modern Britons clearly haven’t forgotten their roots. According to research firm Mintel, almost half of 16- to 24-year-olds in the U.K. surveyed last year said they start the day with porridge.

La Informacion.com (Spain): La marca ‘Jabugo’ es ya elemento aglutinador del turismo gastronómico gracias a la Ruta del Jabugo. El 74 por ciento de los turistas británicos que visita España asegura que merece la pena viajar a nuestro país específicamente por la comida y el vino, según el estudio Holidays to Spain-UK de Mintel, difundido por la Federación de Industrias de Alimentación y Bebidas (FIAB).

HuelvaYA.es (Spain): Constituido el Club de Producto de Turismo ‘Ruta del Jabugo’. El 74% de los turistas británicos que visita España asegura que merece la pena viajar a nuestro país específicamente por la comida y el vino, según el estudio Holidays to Spain-UK de Mintel, difundido por la Federación de Industrias de Alimentación y Bebidas (FIAB).

Huelva24 (Spain): La marca Jabugo es ya elemento aglutinador del turismo gastronómico gracias a la Ruta del Jabugo. El 74% de los turistas británicos que visita España asegura que merece la pena viajar a nuestro país específicamente por la comida y el vino, según el estudio Holidays to Spain-UK de Mintel, difundido por la Federación de Industrias de Alimentación y Bebidas (FIAB).

Tiscali (Spain): Antirughe da bere, l’acido ialuronico aumenta l’idratazione della pelle. Secondo una ricerca Mintel, nel 2011 i cibi per la salute hanno fatturato oltre 7 miliardi di dollari in Giappone, il 10% è composto dai succhi per la bellezza.

Novinky (Czech Republic): Většina mladých mužů si vyholuje hrudník. Podle průzkumu společnosti Mintel si ve věkové skupině šestnáct až čtyřiadvacet let holí hruď dokonce šest z deseti mužů.

Telegraf (Serbia): MUŠKARCI: Da li i vi čupkate dlačice “tamo dole”? Svaki peti muskarac misil kako se od njega ocekuje da ukloni dlacice s grudi, a 29 odsto ih je barem jednom depiliralo intimnu zonu, potvrdila je studija koju je sprovela britanska kompanija Mintel.

4-Traders (France): Starbucks : Craving for coffee. According to UK-based market research company Mintel, between 2007 and 2012, the number of cafes in China doubled from 15,898 to 31,283, including large chain stores and small, individual cafes.

Virgilio Notizie (Italy): Antirughe da bere,acido ialuronico aumenta idratazione pelle. Secondo una ricerca Mintel, nel 2011 i cibi per la salute hanno fatturato oltre 7 miliardi di dollari in Giappone, il 10% è composto dai succhi per la bellezza.

B92 – Internet, Radio i TV Stanica (Serbia): Muškarci, da li se depilirate? Svaki šesti muškarac od 16. do 24. godine redovno uklanja dlačice s tela, utvrdila je britanska firma Mintel.

Interempresas (Spain): Ainia presenta prototipos de alimentos elaborados con nuevos ingredientes naturales. La jornada también contará con las intervenciones de la consultoría de referencia en estudios de mercado en el sector alimentario, Mintel, que dará a conocer sus últimos informes sobre tendencias del consumidor en relación a estos nuevos productos alimenticios y los últimos productos de éxito lanzados al mercado mundial en esta línea de innovación.

Pressemeldinger.no (Norway): The Idle Man Former ASOS Executive Bags $1.2m in Follow on Investment and Adds ex Amazon FD to Board. Mintel forecasts that the men’s fashion market will grow by 27% between 2013 and 2018 to reach £16.4 billion.

Wallstreet Online (Germany): The Idle Man Former ASOS Executive Bags $1.2m in Follow on Investment and Adds ex Amazon FD to Board. Mintel forecasts that the men’s fashion market will grow by 27% between 2013 and 2018 to reach £16.4 billion.

Comunicati.net (Italy): PRN: The Idle Man: Former ASOS Executive Bags $1.2m in Follow on Investment and Adds ex Amazon FD to Board. Mintel forecasts that the men’s fashion market will grow by 27% between 2013 and 2018 to reach £16.4 billion.

24SATA  (Croatia): Svaki šesti muškarac redovito uklanja sve dlačice s tijela. Svaki šesti muškarac od 16. do 24. godine redovito uklanja dlačice s tijela, utvrdila je britanska tvrtka Mintel.

Agronoticias (Spain): Presentan prototipos de alimentos elaborados con nuevos ingredientes naturales. La jornada también contará con las intervenciones de la consultoría líder en estudios de mercado en el sector alimentario, MINTEL, que dará a conocer sus últimos informes sobre tendencias del consumidor en relación a estos nuevos productos alimenticios y los últimos productos de éxito lanzados al mercado mundial en esta línea de innovación.

Organic Today (Denmark): Mange britere bliver vegetarer. På globalt plan er store grupper begyndt at skære ned på deres kødforbrug, siger en analytiker fra Mintel, som også peger på, at antallet af vegetariske produkter er fordoblet siden 2009 på det britiske milliardmarked for kød-frie produkter.

4-Traders (France): New GFF Magazine Feeds Nation’s Growing Appetite for a Gluten-Free Lifestyle. According to market research by Mintel, 24 percent of consumers currently eat, or have someone in their household who eats, gluten-free foods.

APAC

世界包装博览 (China): 苹果酒巨头看包装,重申品牌、口味重要性. 据市场研究机构英敏特调查,烈性苹果酒畅销很大程度上是由于千禧一代人,其中有47%的人喜欢这种饮料。

Kazinform (Kazakhstan): Lemon, peach and edamame – yes, beans – among chocolate trends 2014. According to market research group Mintel, sweet tooths around the world are driving up consumption, as the global market is expected to top $9.1 billion USD this year, up 4 percent from 2013.

Yahoo! Singapore Finance: 65% of Chinese Canadians have a tax-free savings account. New Mintel research reveals that almost two thirds of non-retired Chinese Canadians (65%) have a TFSA, compared to 39% of the overall non-retired population.

Detik.com (Indonesia): Riset: Wanita Lebih Suka Disebut Awet Muda Dibanding Langsing. Fakta yang diperoleh oleh Mintel, perusahaan skin care di Inggris mengungkapkan, banyak wanita yang lebih bahagia bila dipuji awet muda dibanding langsing.

The News (Pakistan): US banks ramp up credit card lending, margins may suffer. According to Mintel, a market research firm, banks are on track to mail out about 17 percent more offers for credit cards this year compared with 2010.

Free Malaysia Today: Chocolate trends 2014. According to market research group Mintel, sweet tooths around the world are driving up consumption, as the global market is expected to top $9.1 billion USD this year, up 4 percent from 2013.

The Himalayan Times (Nepal): U.S. banks ramp up credit card lending but margins may suffer. According to Mintel, a market research firm, banks are on track to mail out about 17 percent more offers for credit cards this year compared with 2010.

The Daily Star (Bangladesh): US banks ramp up credit card lending but margins may suffer. According to Mintel, a market research firm, banks are on track to mail out about 17 percent more offers for credit cards this year compared with 2010.

Yahoo! Malaysia: US banks ramp up card loans. According to Mintel, a market research firm, banks are on track to mail out about 17 per cent more offers for credit cards this year compared with 2010.

Yahoo Philippines SHE: Lemon, peach and edamame — yes, beans — among chocolate trends 2014. According to market research group Mintel, sweet tooths around the world are driving up consumption, as the global market is expected to top $9.1 billion USD this year, up 4 percent from 2013.

重庆晚报 (China): 精致男人审美带来新时代. “有很多的因素在影响人们的观念,更多的旅行、媒体更关注男士时尚、办公室穿着越来越休闲自由等等。男性从来没有像现在这样轻而易举地接触到时尚信息。”Mintel的分析师Matthew Crabbe对《第一财经周刊》说。

The Sunday Guardian (India): Shaving body hair a rage among Brits. Market research company Mintel reports that over the past year, 29% of British men removed hair from their pubic region, 13% of those surveyed admitted to removing the hair from their chest, 12% from their underarms, 9% from their backs, 5% from their arms, 4% from their legs and 6% from their bottoms.

The Daily Star (Bangladesh): Children shun TV for tablets. Samuel Gee, a technology analyst at Mintel, the market research firm, said the rising popularity of tablets was driven by the increase in affordable devices with “good specs”, such as the Hudl from Tesco, which is available for less than £100.

中国新闻网 (China): 全脂奶粉价格跌至5年最低水平. 市场调研和消费产品创新研究公司英敏特此前发报告称,公司研究显示,2015年市场的牛奶需求量将超过国内供应量,给整个行业带来很大的发展机会。

中国新闻网 (China): 全脂奶粉价格跌至5年最低水平-中新网. 市场调研和消费产品创新研究公司英敏特此前发报告称,公司研究显示,2015年市场的牛奶需求量将超过国内供应量,给整个行业带来很大的发展机会。

中国新闻网 (China): 调查显示加拿大超六成华人自认为生活习惯健康-中新网. Mintel生活习惯分析师普拉 (Jason Praw)表示,在多数加拿大人都认为生活习惯很健康的基础上,如果能够将创新元素添加到现有体育项目中,那么有望进一步激发人们对运动的热情,同时也创 造市场发展机会,比如经常运动的人需要漂亮的运动衣、完善的运动器材来促成健康生活习惯。

21世纪新闻 (China): 调查显示加拿大超六成华人自认为生活习惯健康. Mintel生活习惯分析师普拉 (Jason Praw)表示,在多数加拿大人都认为生活习惯很健康的基础上,如果能够将创新元素添加到现有体育项目中,那么有望进一步激发人们对运动的热情,同时也创 造市场发展机会,比如经常运动的人需要漂亮的运动衣、完善的运动器材来促成健康生活习惯。当下年轻男性并不是自认很健康的群体,所以如何将他们吸引到运动 队伍中,也是一大商机。

西部网 (China): 调查显示加拿大超六成华人自认为生活习惯健康-新闻频道-西部网 陕西新闻网. Mintel生活习惯分析师普拉 (Jason Praw)表示,在多数加拿大人都认为生活习惯很健康的基础上,如果能够将创新元素添加到现有体育项目中,那么有望进一步激发人们对运动的热情,同时也创 造市场发展机会,比如经常运动的人需要漂亮的运动衣、完善的运动器材来促成健康生活习惯。

61ef.cn (China): 全脂奶粉價格跌至5年最低水準. 市場調研和消費産品創新研究公司英敏特此前發報告稱,公司研究顯示,2015年市場的牛奶需求量將超過國內供應量,給整個行業帶來很大的發展機會。

中国经济网 (繁体) (China): 全脂奶粉價格跌至5年最低水準. 市場調研和消費産品創新研究公司英敏特此前發報告稱,公司研究顯示,2015年市場的牛奶需求量將超過國內供應量,給整個行業帶來很大的發展機會。

证券之星 (China): 全脂奶粉价格跌至5年最低水平_财经频道_证券之星. 长远来看,不少咨询机构对国内乳制品需求量呈乐观态度。市场调研和消费产品创新研究公司英敏特此前发报告称,公司研究显示,2015年市场的牛奶需求量将超过国内供应量,给整个行业带来很大的发展机会。

新浪大陆新闻 (China):  調查顯示加拿大超六成華人自認為生活習慣健康_美國頻道_新浪網-北美. Mintel生活習慣分析師普拉 (Jason Praw)表示,在多數加拿大人都認為生活習慣很健康的基礎上,如果能夠將創新元素添加到現有體育項目中,那麼有望進一步激發人們對運動的熱情,同時也創 造市場發展機會,比如經常運動的人需要漂亮的運動衣、完善的運動器材來促成健康生活習慣。

Yahoo! India Finance (India): Selfie addict? This smartphone could be for you. “I don’t think there is that much difference between the average selfie quality and the quality the Desire EYE would take,” Sam Gee, senior technology analyst at Mintel, told CNBC in a phone interview. “Whether people will buy these phones purely on the picture quality is unclear.”

中国B2B研究中心 (China):  【O2O研究】12个问题带你读懂外卖O2O. 答:援引Mintel报告,中国快餐和外卖市场规模预计到2017年达到1.8万亿元;再看国外,美国外卖O2O公司Grubhub在IPO当日股价上涨50%,当前市值超过30亿美金;今年4月英国在线外卖平台Just Eat以数十亿美金IPO,外卖前景非常可观。

广州市技术性贸易措施综合服务平台 (China): 外媒:中国国产纸尿裤品牌异军突起 迅速开拓市场. 英敏特(Mintel)中国研究总监徐如一表示,说服中国妈妈们使用纸尿裤是一个很慢的过程。

Retail In Asia (Hong Kong): Chinese consumers’ appetite for healthy food grows. Chinese consumers have become more concerned about healthy lifestyles and eating habits, which also drives the market to shift to those more natural and healthier food products, according to a report by the United Kingdom-based research firm Mintel Group Ltd

Pack Web Asia (Singapore): Impact on products with P&G’s restructuring strategy. Here, a selection of Mintel’s expert analysts have their say on the issue and what this means for P&G products across a variety of markets and sectors.

Yahoo! India Finance (India): New GFF Magazine Feeds Nation’s Growing Appetite for a Gluten-Free Lifestyle. According to market research by Mintel, 24 percent of consumers currently eat, or have someone in their household who eats, gluten-free foods.

 

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