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

USA Today: Cheesy Doritos Loaded to roll out at 7-Eleven. Snacks are us. In the U.S. alone, more than 9,000 snack products were launched between 2008 and 2012, reports Mintel, the research specialist. Snacking — in place of eating full meals — has become a way of life for Millennials, in particular.

Wall Street Journal: Eau no! Where men go wrong with cologne. In a report from market researcher Mintel, 55% of men said they wear cologne.

Wall Street Journal: Weighing the new credit card come-ons. Some 992 million credit-card offers were mailed in the first three months of the year, up 7% from 927 million in the year-earlier period, according to Mintel Group in Chicago. (And that doesn’t even include all the checking-account and mortgage pitches that banks sent.)

MarketWatch: 10 things snack food companies won’t tell you. Chocolate confectionary sales grew 24% from 2008 through 2013 in the U.S. alone (global demand is also rising rapidly) and are expected to grow another 14% through 2018 to hit $23 billion, according to Mintel.

Fox Business: Chocolate is actually good for you–and business. Global consumer market research firm Mintel forecasts the global chocolate market will close in on revenues of $92 billion this year.

Yahoo! Finance: 10 things snack food companies won’t tell you. ”These messages appear to resonate with consumers—the nutrition and snack bar market is projected to grow from sales of $5.5 billion in 2013 to $6.2 billion by 2018, according to a report by market research firm Mintel. “Sales will be mostly driven by demand for healthy foods,” Mintel’s vice president of research, Marla Commons, writes in the report.

Yahoo! Finance: New high-end cards boost average cost of annual fee cards. The average annual fee was $163 in April, up from $101 in March, according to research from Credit Suisse and Mintel Comperemedia. Both months were significantly higher than the $87 average annual fee in April 2013. “In general, fee-based cards are becoming more expensive,” says Lisa Hronek, client development manager at Mintel. One reason for the surge: there are more high-fee credit card products with exclusive benefits, say researchers with Credit Suisse and Mintel.

Investor’s Business Daily: General Mills earnings are seen rebounding. “Manufacturers are rapidly innovating to meet changing cereal-eating occasions that are moving away from the breakfast table and toward on-the-go consumption,” said an August 2013 breakfast-foods report from marketing-research firm Mintel.

Michigan Avenue Magazine: Why Chicago is getting more British. Chicago has long had strong business ties with the UK, thanks to Willis Group, Mintel, and numerous other British companies with major offices here, but the arrival of the creativity-focused Soho House indicates that Chicago’s cultural cachet is on the rise, and the Brits are flying the flag.

Baltimore Sun: Throwing a summer party that’s both hot and cool. Summertime is prime entertaining time – and an ideal time to host a party at home. According to global market research firm Mintel, in 2012, nearly a third of Americans hosted a summertime party celebrating Memorial Day, Labor Day or the Fourth of July.

MediaPost Marketing Daily: The drinkers are there; bars, restaurants seek them. Despite that, new Mintel research shows a big growth trend in out-of-home booze consumption. The firm says that 56% of consumers have bought an alcoholic drink away from home in the past month and that on-premise alcohol sales rose 5.4% last year. Mintel sees on-premise alcohol sales reaching $105 billion by 2018.

Chicago Business Journal: Why Chicago bar owners could get rich from World Cup fever. And with World Cup fever more pronounced than it’s ever been in the U.S., new data from Chicago-based research firm Mintel shows that, if they’re smart about, bars and taverns are likely to reap significant financial benefit from what appears to be Americans’ growing fascination with soccer.

FoodNavigator USA: Mintel: chia blazing ahead, prickly pear on the cusp of greatness? Chia is going from strength to strength while prickly pear cactus is a dark horse that could be a big hit down the road, says Mintel.

Specialty Food: Chia gains superfood star status, prickly pear on the rise. The tiny superfood saw a tenfold increase in global ingredient penetration between 2009 and 2014, according to research firm Mintel.

Bloomberg Businessweek: Fitch: US subprime credit card levels not pressuring ABS yet. The number of credit card offers mailed in the US in the first quarter rose 7% to 992 million, according to Mintel Group.

Forbes: Are gluten-free dining halls feeding potential eating disorders? According to Mintel, a global market research company, the gluten-free industry was worth an astronomical $10.5 billion in 2013 and is projected to climb as high as $15.6-billion in 2016, a 48% increase. Mintel’s estimates include all products labeled “gluten-free,” even those that naturally don’t contain the protein.

MarketWatch Radio: Restaurants deal with rising beef costs (Radio interview: click for audio). A combo platter of strategies is the way for restaurants to go – Mintel’s Paul Pendola discusses how restaurants are coping with rising beef prices.

NBC News: Salt shakeup: companies face revamping recipes. “Certain categories will obviously face challenges when it comes to sodium reduction, given the functional role salt plays in flavor, texture and food safety,” Stephanie Pauk, global food science analyst at Mintel, said via email.

Chicago Tribune: Men’s slim suits: tight or just not right? Sales of men’s clothing are expected to soar above $64 billion this year. That’s still less than half of sales for women, but the men’s market is growing faster, according to Mintel.

Crain’s Chicago Business: GRK Greek Kitchen opening two Loop restaurants. “We don’t need another fast-casual Mexican joint,” said Bethany Wall, a food-service analyst in Chicago for London-based market research firm Mintel Group Ltd. “You need to give them something unique. Consumers are all about exploring new types of food.”

Investor’s Business Daily: Travelers may prefer long weekends that start Friday. “It could be because the Fourth of July is more into summer travel season but could also be that more people wanted to get that long weekend started on Friday,” said Fiona O’Donnell, category manager of lifestyles, leisure and travel for Mintel. “If you celebrate the holiday on a Monday, then you have to go to work the next day.”

Food Navigator USA: The sky’s the limit for malleable energy category: Mintel. At the recent IFT 2014 show in New Orleans, Mintel analysts broke down the market by segment, discussing standout products and manufacturers as well as the exciting morning time potential of sustained energy.

Happi Magazine: The beauty of Brazil. And successful companies will be those that focus on growth segments such as hair, sun and skin, said Mohamed Omar, a Mintel analyst. He explained that skin care is growing at a CAGR of 8.9% and urged companies to focus on basic claims such as moisturization, hydration and cleansing. “There is not a lot of sophistication,” he explained. Conversely, there is plenty of opportunities in facial skin, as 16% of Brazilians are looking for help with acne. And even though it has a young population, Omar predicted that anti-aging skin care sales will soar; already Brazil has transplanted the US as the No. 1 market for plastic surgery, he noted.

Happi Magazine: Primed, polished, & purloined. According to a recent report from Mintel, Facial Skin Care, US, May 2014, wipes are viewed as more of an occasional-use item, which could be driven by their convenience-based positioning and the fact that they are typically priced higher than facial cleansers

Grocery Headquarters: Consumers seek gourmet flavors and snackable indulgences. In fact, according to new Mintel research, some 41% of consumers claim to eat prepared cakes and pies as a snack between meals, a higher percentage than many other occasions, including for a special occasion dessert (18%).

Nutraceuticals World: Making a splash in the healthy beverage market. According to Mintel International, six in 10 U.S. consumers of energy drinks and shots are concerned about the safety of the products.

Progressive Grocer: Bye bye, frozen pies. New research from Mintel finds that while total retail sales of prepared cakes and pies grew an impressive 24 percent from 2009-14 to reach $11.2 billion, the frozen and refrigerated cake and pie segment declined 2.4 percent.

National Provisioner: 2014 burger report: movin’ on up. “The current trends in foodservice aren’t focused on reinventing the burger,” says Katrina Fajardo, Mintel foodservice analyst. “Instead, they are highlighting the creative, healthy and natural ways it can be menued in order to re-energize customers’ interest in burgers.”

Prepared Foods: Piece of the pie. In fact, according to new Mintel research, some 41% of consumers claim to eat prepared cakes and pies as a snack between meals, a higher percentage than many other occasions, including for a special occasion dessert (18%).

UK

Sky News: Richard Perks, Director of Retail Research on Ocado results – ‘The profits came through because they opened the new warehouse last year, so they had all the costs last and the promise of profits to come was deferred yet again.’

BBC World News: Samuel Gee, Senior Technology and Media Analyst – ‘There is a concern with operators across Europe that with the new legislation the cost of paying other carriers will be much higher than the cost recoup from customers back home so they are pushing to have the EU legislation amended so that there is a cap on wholesale market costs to avoid that problem.’

BBC News: Samuel Gee from Mintel tells World Business Report that it is the latest phase of reform that started in 2007 and has seen the price for roaming calls, texts and data fall by 80%.

Daily Mail: How fruit juice has turned into junk food. Weaning Britain off fruit juice may be difficult. Market research firm Mintel says 83 per cent of us drink fruit juice or a smoothie at least once a week, while 76 per cent believe fruit juice to be healthy.

The Wall Street Journal Europe: Eau No! Men Can Have a Cologne Problem. In a report from market researcher Mintel 55% of men in the US said they wear cologne. Men aged 18 to 34 have come of age at a time when male grooming is much more promoted, with putting on fragrance ‘being one of the things they do,’ says Ms Grant of NPD.

Esquire: One of these men got to work faster this morning. And he didn’t look terrible on the way. The same year the cafe set up shop, a Mintel report revealed that regular cyclists were disproportionately likely to be well educated, earn at least £50,000 a year, read a broadsheet newspaper and shop as Waitrose.

Daily Mirror: Web-hungry surfers take more tablets. But tablets, mainly used for watching online videos, have some way to go to beat laptops, which families find easier to work on, says market researcher Mintel.

Off-Licence News: Fruit cider – a sip for all seasons. Mintel’s annual cider report demonstrated that penetration of winter cider is growing, so these two factors give us confidence that this will be a real growth area in the coming years.

Off-Licence News: Make room for the fruit cider boom. There’s a big assumption that the majority of today’s cider drinkers fall within this age group, but the fact is that almost two-thirds (60%) of cider is actually consumed by the over-35s, according to Mintel…

The Drinks Business:Raising spirits: The rise of small batch vodka. According to Mintel, the UK white spirits market, driven by vodka, saw sales rise 2.5% to £4.3 billion in 2013, and is set to reach £4.7bn by 2018.

International Business Times UK: Publicans Hope Craft Beer Revolution and Hot Summer Will Pull Pint Sales Up. “The pub market continues to recover and post value growth, pub revenues rising by 2.8% in 2013 to reach £22.1bn. Despite falling volume sales of alcoholic drinks, the largest segment, rising prices should support value growth, with the market expected to grow by 11% by 2018 to reach £24.66bn,” says Chris Wisson, senior drinks analyst at Mintel.

Daily Mail: We’ve gone sour on cream. According to consumer group Mintel, we bought two million fewer litres of cream last year than in 2012.

Big Hospitality: Non-alcoholic drinks: Top trends for 2014. The soft drinks market has really taken off over the past five to 10 years, but according to Mintel research a striking 41 per cent of consumers who have bought soft drinks in the on-trade currently consider their quality poor, and only one in three users are satisfied with the range available.

Food and Drink Business.com: Is it Game, Set and Match For Traditional Cream at Wimbledon? As Wimbledon begins, many Brits will be enjoying an obligatory bowl of strawberries and cream, but according to new research from Mintel, it may not be traditional dairy cream which will be accompanying our strawberries this year, as volume sales of fresh dairy cream declined by 2% between 2011 and 2013 to reach 52 million litres in 2013.

Food Manufacturer: IFT food show in New Orleans – captured in tweets. 74% of US consumers are either “very concerned” or “somewhat concerned” about food safety #IFT14. Learn more by visiting us at Booth #1641

Drinks Industry Ireland: Bright outlook for cafés & coffee-shops. This forecast was contained in Mintel’s Foodservice – Ireland report published last July. One section, entitled Pubs succumbing to challenging economic climate, predicts that café and coffee-shop sales will not follow the decline seen by pubs.

Leisure Management: Sensitive skin product sales have taken off this year. Almost a quarter of facial skincare users in the US say they look for products with natural, organic ingredients – claiming they have sensitive skin – according to Mintel’s Global New Products Database (GNPD) based on results from between 1 January and 1 April of this year.

Daily Express: Canine dresses, swimwear and wellies: Welcome to the weird world of designer dog togs. Pet clothing is now massive business here in the Uk too. according to a 2013 Mintel report the pet retail market as a whole in the UK is worth £589million and analysts MTW Research says that clothing and accessories alone will top £35million by next year.

Retail Week: The Fragrance Market. The UK market was valued at £1.42bn in 2012, the most recently available figures from Mintel.

Food Manufacture: Greek chic proteins. According to Mintel, the launch of strained Greek yogurts rose by 94% in Europe between 2009 and 2013, while the launch of yogurts carrying a high-protein claim increased by 80% between 2010 and 2013.

Packaging News: Take good care of consumers – Category Focus – personal care. That’s not to say that convenience is the be all and end all in this category, cautions Benjamin Punchard, global packaging insights director at Mintel.

Dram: So Hot They’re Cool: It’s not just beer sales that go off the scale in the summer, but cider sales have been winner for licencees over the last decades. Say Market analysts Mintel, ‘Three in five adults now drink cider and while apple continue to dominate sales, the market is evolving beyond this and pear into flavoured ciders…’

European Cosmetics Magazine: The Beauty of Social Media. Interacting with authenticity Emmanuelle Moeglin, Global Fragrance & Personal Care Analyst at Mintel believes that media networks such as Instagram and Pinterest, rather than Facebook and Twitter, can help brands to ‘reach out to creative and influential people who are keen to help shape the future of a brand and then share its news through wider social networks.”

Town & Country: The Duchess Dividend. And with that power, Kate chooses to support the British high street, making her, as David Reiss points out an ‘ambassador’ for mainstream British fashion, the kind that can turn small companies into global brands, and as the retail analyst Mintel estimated in 2012, single-handedly inject £1 billion into the British economy.

Ingredients Network: Mintel: The next big thing is… prickly pear. The rediscovery of ancient foods like quinoa has now opened the door for other forgotten plants to go global, according to Mintel: the prickly pear cactus and chia seeds are two of the latest such examples, having both been used by the ancient Aztecs.

Brazil

Isto é Dinheiro: Os espanhois que se deram bem na Copa. “Os consumidores brasileiros estão organizando melhor suas finanças, por isso as chances de prestarem mais atenção nos benefícios de um produto são maiores”, afirma Sheila Salina, analista da consultoria britânica Mintel

Meio & Mensagem: Longa vida ao e-commerce. O comércio eletrônico brasileiro passou de apenas R$ 14,8 bilhões em 2008 para R$ 51 bilhoes em 2013, um salto de quase 250% nos ultimos cinco anos.

Supermercado Moderno: Guia de Categorias. Premium beer and  international beer brands consumption data in Brazil

Supermercado Moderno: Oportunidades em Massas saudaveis. Oito em cada 10 consumidores declararam que ampliariam a compra de massas alimenticias se elas fossem mais saudaveis, segundo pesquisa da Mintel.

Isto é Dinheiro: Bic faz barba, cabelo e bigode “A aparência é prioridade na vida dos consumidores brasileiros”, afirma Sheila Salina, analista de estilo de vida da consultoria britânica Mintel. “Isso vai se refletir no setor de beleza e saúde, que deve movimentar mais de R$ 80 bilhões até 2018.”

Gestão e Gastronomia: Saude em Primeiro Lugar Mas a preocupação com uma alimentação mais balanceada ainda não é uma constante entre a população. De acordo com o estudo Estilo de Vida Saudável, realizado pela Mintel Group em 2013, 36% dos entrevistados declararam se alimentar de maneira saudável “ao menos metade do tempo”.

EMEA

Agrodigital.com (Spain): La cocina española, la segunda más emergente en EE.UU. El estudio ‘The state of the speciality food industry 2014′ elaborado por Specialty Food Association junto con Mintel situa a la cocina espanola como la segunda mas emergente en Estados Unidos en 2014 a los ojos de la comerciantes minoristas.

NutraIngredients.com (France): Ancient ingredients are the next ‘superfoods’, says analyst. Global food and drink manufacturers should exploit the ‘superfood’ potential of ancient ingredcients such as prickly pear cactus and chia seeds, known for their rich nutrient content and health-giving properties, says Mintel global food science analyst, Stephanie Pauk.

Fashion Mag.com (Italy): Cosmetica Italia: cosmesi green, etica e animalista, la più amata al mondo. “Grazie alla collaborazione con Mintel abbiamo delineato anche lo scenario di riferimento dei prodotti di bellezza lanciati in Italia e nel mondo – ha sottolineato Gian Andrea Positano, direttore Centro studi di Cosmetica Italia – e degli oltre 3mila lanci complessivi fatti nel 2013 il Italia il 69% riguardavano prodotti nuovi, il 22% invece ampliamenti di linea di cosmetici già in commercio.”

Pambianconews (Italy): Rossello ancora alla guida di Cosmetica Italia. “Grazie alla collaborazione con Mintel abbiamo delineato anche lo scenario di riferimento dei prodotti di bellezza lanciati in Italia e nel mondo – ha sottolineato Gian Andrea Positano, direttore Centro studi di Cosmetica Italia – e degli oltre 3mila lanci complessivi fatti nel 2013 il Italia il 69% riguardavano prodotti nuovi, il 22% invece ampliamenti di linea di cosmetici già in commercio.”

FinanzNachrichten.de (Germany): The World Cup runneth over as Americans flock to bars in record numbers. New Mintel research shows that over half (56%) of consumers have consumed an alcoholic drink away from home in the past month, helping on-premise alcohol sales increase 5.4% in 2013.

FoodProductionDaily.com (France): Sustainably processed and packaged food – supporting local food advocates. A lot of US consumers think so: 52% said buying locally grown produce is more important than buying organics in a 2012 study by Mintel.

Food & Drink Europe (France): Brits moving to non-dairy pastures: Mintel report. There is a growing trend towards dairy alternatives in the UK, with bolume sales of cow-milk alternatives such as soya, rice and buffalo milk up 155% between 2011 and 2013, according to a Mintel report.

Unipack.ru (ENG) (Russia): Amcor UK offers a range of tried and tested packaging solutions for the Food & Beverage market. Mintel says that the most important aspect of packaging for consumers is that it provides a functional benefit; not packaging that is pretty to look at. 80% of consumers consider easy opening as the most advantageous packaging feature.

BeverageDaily.com (France): Sustained energy driving market growth: Mintel.

La Repubblica (Italy): Algoritmi, marketing e vendita online in India nasce la Silicon Valley del te. Tanto che secondo la società di ricerca Mintel la domanda mondiale di tè è destinata a raddoppiare tra il 2011 il 2016.

Cossma (Germany): World Perfumery Congress 2014: Fragrance industry makes predictions for the future. Emmanuelle Moeglin from Mintel identified that cross-category inspiration will be a key driver in generating and satisfying consumer demand.

Food Navigator (France): Analyst Insight: The battle between fructose and glucose. Manufacturers should look to reduce overall use and reliance on sugar and not focus on replacing fructose with glucose, while concerns over HFCS should start to disperse as newer research invalidates current thinking, says Laura Jones of Mintel.

Food & Drink Europe (France): Crunch time: Is breakfast cereal doomed to sink? Speaking to BakeryandSnacks.com at IFT 2014 in New Orleans, David Jago and Lynn Dornblaser – Mintel’s directors of innovation and insight – chewed over some of the biggest challenges facing cereal makers; where opportunities truly existed; and what industry had to do to inject excitement into the category.

Foodlog (Netherlands): De geschiedenis van Cola Light. In Groot-Brittannië barst het van de producten met minder calorieën (volgens onderzoeksbureau Mintel heeft de tak een waarde van £1.8bn), maar je zult maar zelden het woord ‘diet’ tegenkomen.

Agronoticias (Spain): Nuevos envases alimenticios adaptados a la tercera edad. Algunos datos y previsiones aportados por la consultora de investigación de mercado Mintel constatan el peso de este grupo demográfico y la gran oportunidad que esto supone para las marcas que sepan satisfacer sus necesidades.

Food Navigator (France): Brands should eye up children’s gluten-free: Mintel. The market for gluten-free children’s food will be a big area for growth, predicts market research firm Mintel – but mainstream brands are yet to capitalize on the opportunity.

Agrodigital.com (Spain): La cocina española, la segunda más emergente en EE.UU. El estudio ‘The state of the speciality food industry 2014′ elaborado por Specialty Food Association junto con Mintel situa a la cocina espanola como la segunda mas emergente en Estados Unidos en 2014 a los ojos de la comerciantes minoristas.

APAC

CBN Weekly (China): 梦龙“耍大牌”: “这几年,中高端冰淇淋市场上不断出现新的竞争者,比如八喜,这些产品的定位和梦龙的价格 策略是比较接近的。联合利华需要把梦龙品牌和竞争对手区分开来。”消费品市场研究公司英敏特(Mintel)中国区研究总监徐如一告诉《第一财经周刊》。

汽车之友 (China): 美媒体调研:购车全款和贷款哪个划算. Mintel市场研究公司汽车分析师科林•伯德说,“当你用现金购车时,你可以做任何你想做的事情。

Asia Food Journal (Singapore): Ancient Superfoods Regaining Popularity. According to Mintel, the use of chia seeds as an ingredient has continued to grow, with a tenfold increase in ingredient penetration globally between 2009 and 2014.

Australian Food News: Ancient Superfoods Regaining Popularity. According to Mintel, the use of chia seeds as an ingredient has continued to grow, with a tenfold increase in ingredient penetration globally between 2009 and 2014.

市场营销智库 (China): 雪糕界奇葩梦龙(Magnum)的中国式体验店营销. “这几年,中高端冰淇淋市场上不断出现新的竞争者,比如八喜,这些产品的定位和梦龙的价格策略是比较接近的。联合利华需要把梦龙品牌和竞争对手区分开来。”消费品市场研究公司英敏特(Mintel)中国区研究总监徐如一告诉《第一财经周刊》。

Global Food Mate (China): Chia seeds, prickly pears, find new life as ancient superfoods. According to Mintel, the use of chia seeds as an ingredient has continued to grow, with a tenfold increase in ingredient penetration globally between 2009 and 2014. North America saw the majority of chia seed food and drink launches in 2013, with 47 per cent of launches in the US and 12 per cent in Canada, compared to 18 per cent in the Asia Pacific region and 11 per cent in Europe.

The Telegraph (India): The World Cup runneth over as Americans flock to bars in record numbers. New Mintel research shows that over half (56%) of consumers have consumed an alcoholic drink away from home in the past month, helping on-premise alcohol sales increase 5.4% in 2013.

NewKerala.com (India): Low sugar and salt in food products becoming more popular than low and no-fat. Lynn Dornblaser, director, innovation and insight, Mintel Group Ltd, said consumers know they need to take care of their health,” said. “They want to lose weight, but they don’t like the idea of dieting. They know that living a healthy lifestyle is all about moderation.”

The Times Of India (India): Low sugar and salt diet latest fad. Lynn Dornblaser, director, innovation and insight, Mintel Group Ltd, said consumers know they need to take care of their health,” said. “They want to lose weight, but they don’t like the idea of dieting. They know that living a healthy lifestyle is all about moderation.”

江苏商报 (China): 菜单:提供顾客想吃的. “在忙碌的城市中,消费者正在接受更多来自其他快餐食品的诱惑。”黄多多说,在南京,随便找一家肯德基门店,周边都分布了类似的餐厅或咖啡馆,而消费者却越来越有自己的主张,对餐饮店的功能需求中增加了社交和商务,对营养和多样化的选择也提出了更为苛刻的要求。

大公網 (Hong Kong): 光明能否消化4年6起海外并购. “到2015年,国内奶源供应赶不上需求的问题会越来越显著。”消费品市场研究公司英敏特中国区研究总监徐如一对《第一财经周刊》说。

中国黄金投资网 (China): 世界杯火热进行 名酒酒商抓住时机大力促销. 英敏特(Mintel,知名市场调查公司)的高级咨询师理查德说,不管消费者是否喜欢世界杯,但其对于市场来说都是个好消息。

Stocks Market (India): The yellow commodity hotter than gold. Mustard also equals money, at least judging by recently available data: The condiment raked in U.S. sales of $ 508 million in 2012 — an 11% jump since 2007, according to Mintel, a market researcher.

食品机械行业网 (China): 膳食纤维产业如何摆脱叫好不叫座的困扰. 据英敏特GNPD全球新产品数据库,2013年全球食品饮料新品前20位产品声称中,“高纤维/添加纤维”高居次席。

日信证券 (China): 膳食纤维产业如何摆脱叫好不叫座的困扰.

The Telegraph (India): Bye bye frozen American pie: Frozen pies and cakes decline as Americans seek gourmet flavors and snackable indulgences. In fact, according to new Mintel research, some 41% of consumers claim to eat prepared cakes and pies as a snack between meals, a higher percentage than many other occasions, including for a special occasion dessert (18%).

Yahoo! India Finance (India): Fitch: US Subprime Credit Card Levels Not Pressuring ABS Yet. The number of credit card offers mailed in the US in the first quarter rose 7% to 992 million, according to Mintel Group.

慧聪网食品工业网(China): 中国膳食纤维产业 如何摆脱叫好不叫座的困扰. 据英敏特GNPD(全球新产品数据库),2013年全球食品饮料新品前20位产品声称中,“高纤维/添加纤维”高居次席。

汽车之友(China): 美媒体调研:购车全款和贷款哪个划算. Mintel市场研究公司汽车分析师科林•伯德说,“当你用现金购车时,你可以做任何你想做的事情。

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