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 weeks include:

UK & Ireland

The Times: Move over granny: young bakers are cool. Those aged between 25 to 34 bake at home the most, with 40 per cent of this age group baking from scratch once a week, a Mintel survey revealed yesterday.

The Guardian: The Great British Bake Off is therapy for the austerity generation. So it’s not surprising to me that a new survey suggests people aged 25 to 34 are the ones most likely to bake at home these days. Indeed, while 40% of this age bracket said they cooked from scratch once a week, only a third of the over-65s said they had baked from scratch in the past year.

BBC Radio 2: Drivetime with Simon Mayo - Emma Clifford analyst interview.

The Grocer: Slump in number of Brits baking at home. As the Great British Bake Off returns to the nation’s TV screens, the craze from baking at home may be past its peak, according to new data from Mintel.

The Scotsman: Baking passion goes stale ahead of Bake Off return. Last year, more than five out of six adults (85 per cent) baked at home, but this year the figure is forecast to fall to 77 per cent, according to research by consumer analysts Mintel.

British Baker: Great British Bake Off returns amid drop in home baking. Research from Mintel revealed that 85% of UK adults baked at home in 2013, but this figure has dropped to 77% in 2014.

Bakery and Snacks: Sugar scare triggers home baking decline, says Mintel. The number of UK consumers baking at home fell by 8% this year – a drop likely sparked by fears around sugar but one that could be remedied with stevia, says a Mintel analyst.

Marketing Week: Three things we’ve learned this week. Health-conscious Briotns might be falling out of love with fizzy drinks after Mintel finds 25 per cent are drinking less than they were six months ago.

Sky News Broadcast: A revival in the fashion for thick, bushy eyebrows has led to a surge in eyebrow pencil sales. That’s according to the market research company Mintel, which says the look made famous by the model Cara Delevigne and the Game of Thrones star Emilia Clarke has increased eyebrow pencil sales by 42% in the last 12 months.

Daily Mail: The ‘power brow’ is still in fashion as eyebrow pencil sales soar 42% thanks to Cara Delevingne’s caterpillars. An analyst at Mintel, which conducted the survey, said: ‘Following on from the arches celebrated in the Game of Thrones TV series as well as the Cara effect, sales have been eyebrow-raising.

The Daily Telegraph: Game of Thrones effect raises eyebrow pencil sales. Charlotte Libby, a senior beauty analyst at Mintel, said: ‘Following on from the arches celebrated in the Game of Thrones TV series as well as the Cara effect, sales have been brow-raising. Sales of eyebrow products reached £28million in 2013, an impressive 42 per cent increase on 2012 sales.’

Metro: It’s official, we’re eyebrow obsessed – sales of brow products rise by 42% in a year. Analysts at global market research company Mintel cited characters in the television series Game Of Thrones as influencing our plucking habits, alongside the Cara effect. ‘Sales have been truly eyebrow-raising,’ they said. ‘Sales of eyebrow products reached £28m in 2013, an impressive 42 per cent increase on 2012 sales, which were valued at £20m.’

Professional Beauty: Prestige make-up sales hit £531m. Sales of prestige make-up grew to £531million in 2013, up from £491m in 2012. Prestige make-up now also accounts for 35% of the total make-up market, up from 34% in 2012, according to recent data from market analyst company Mintel.

Cosmetics Design Europe: UK colour cosmetics market to reach £1bn sales in 2014 says Mintel. New research from Mintel reveals that mass market colour cosmetic sales are set to hit £1 billion in 2014, with prestige sales additionally predicted to reach £552 million.

The Times: Sugar fears cause drop in fizzy pop sales. Overall, a quarter of adults and a third of 16 to 24-year-olds have cut down, the study by Mintel, the market analysts, found.

Daily Mirror: Sugar alerts hit pop sales. Analyst Mintel says one in four people, and on in three 16-to-24-year-olds, have cut intake in the past six months. Half said they had done so because of high sugar levels.

Daily Mail: Sugar fears take fizz out of drink sales. Market analysts Mintel said consumption of carbonated soft drinks is this year expected to fall to its lowest point since 2010.

The Publican’s Morning Advertiser: Drinkers urge pubs to make soft drinks ‘more visible’. A survey of 2,000 people by Mintel also found that 24% of over-18s drink CSDs as an alternative to an alcoholic drink in a bar, pub or restaurant.

Food and Beverage News: Soft Drinks Falling Flat? 25% Brits Drinking Less Than They Were Six Months Ago. One in four consumers are drinking less Carbonated Soft Drinks (CSDs) than they were six months ago and half of those are doing so because they contain too much sugar, new research from Mintel reveals.

Fry Magazine: Are soft drinks sales losing their fizz? One in four consumers are drinking less Carbonated Soft Drinks (CSDs) than they were six months ago and half of those are doing so because they contain too much sugar, new research from Mintel reveals.

Dentistry: Fizzy drink consumption drops. The new research from Mintel finds that a quarter (25%) of people in the UK are consuming less carbonated soft drinks (CSDs) than they were six months ago – rising to a third (34%) of those aged 16-24.

Marketing Week: Lucozade launches low sugar variant to appeal to older drinkers. Consumer attitudes toward fizzy drinks are tipped to flag as more opt for healthier drinks. Mintel research released last week (31 July) found that one in four (25%) consumers are drinking fewer carbonated soft drinks than they were six months ago and half of those are doing so because they believe the products contain too much sugar.

The Grocer: Lucozade Energy rolls out first reduced-sugar drink. Mintel this week released research showing one in four Brits – and a third of 16 to 24-year-olds – said they were drinking fewer fizzy soft drinks than six months ago.

The Caterer: Moveable feasts. And it’s worth remembering that Mintel reports that 32% of consumers eat cheese itself as a snack.

Drinks Industry Ireland: 1 in 5 over-65s drink at home daily in UK. As many as one in five over-65 year-olds drink at home on a daily basis in the UK according to new research from Mintel.

Foodservice Footprint: Fizzy drinks falling flat. One in four consumers are drinking less Carbonated Soft Drinks (CSDs) than they were six months ago and half of those are doing so because they contain too much sugar, new research from Mintel reveals.

Thisismoney.co.uk: How tea has become posh – from fruit and herbal to green. A spokesman for retail analyst Mintel said: ‘While sales of ordinary teabags fell from £488 million in 2010 to £480 million in 2012, sales of green tea rose from £21 million to £23 million.

The Times: Children want cash gifts. Fifty-four per cent of children aged 7-15 asked by Mintel, the market analysts, said that they prefrerred the freedom to buy their own video game consoles, smartphone, computer or tablets.

The Sun: Birthday quids bid. Kids would rather put the cash towards the latest smartphone and other technology than risk disappointment when they unwrap a surprise gift, day market analysts Mintel.

Daily Star: Kids are in the money. Kids would rather put the cash towards the latest smartphone and other technology than risk disappointment when they unwrap a surprise gift, day market analysts Mintel.

Daily Mail: Great Bake Off boom. At the same time, sales of manufactured cakes have dropped because, says retail analyst Mintel, many of us are making our own.

Daily Mail: How the humble cuppa’s got posh. A spokesman for retail analyst Mintel said: ‘While sales of ordinary teabags fell from £488 million in 2010 to £480 million in 2012, sales of green tea rose from £21 million to £23 million.

BBC Magazine: The four-year spread of bubble tea across the UK. While growing in the UK, it is even more popular in Germany, according to market research firm Mintel. Even McDonald’s has started serving it.

International Business Times UK: One In Five British People Drink at Home Every Day. However, new research by analysis firm Mintel found that despite returning consumer confidence, a quarter of British people say they’ve cut back on how much they drink at home, primarily due to escalating costs and increasingly effective public health warnings.

Scottish Daily Express: Southern OAPS live longer… and can still drink for Britain. Yet the study seems to be contradicted by consumer analysts Mintel, who reveal that one in five over-65s drink alcohol at home every day and wine is their top tipple.

Daily Mail: One in five over-65s drink every day – far more than young adults who have ‘more sensible’ drinking habits. While public perception has often focused on drinking issues among the young, a new report reveals that alcoholism among older people is an increasing concern. The study, by consumer analysts Mintel, found the over 65s were much more likely to be drinking every day than those aged between 18 and 24.

The Times: Over-65s most likely to drink at home every day. The study was conducted by Mintel, the consumer analyst, which examines the market for the drinks, retail and hospitality industry. Jonny Forsyth, Mintel’s global drinks analyst, said that those now in retirement were brought up to believe drinking every day was fine as long as it was in moderation and were sticking to it despite the warnings.

The Independent: Ice Ice Baby. According to Mintel, sales grew 117 per cent between 2011 and 2014 to reach £13m. Some three million litres are consumed in the UK each year.

The Daily Telegraph: ‘Sensible’ students now drink less each week than the over-65s. By contrast just over one in 10 people aged 18 to 24 indulge in a daily drink at home and less than a third do so twice a week or more, the study by Mintel, the consumer analysts, shows.

Daily Express: We’re enjoying longer, healthier lives…depending on where you live. One in five Britain’s over-65s drinks alcohol at home every day and wine is their top tipple, consumer analysts Mintel found.

The Scotsman: Pensioners top list of daily home drinkers. While public perception focuses on drinking issues among the young, the study by consumer analysts Mintel shows that 18 per cent of over-65s drink at home every day compared with 11 per cent of 18- to 24-year-olds.

Herald Scotland: Daily drink for pensioners at home brings health warning. The study, by the consumer analysts Mintel, found excessive drinking among Britain’s over-65s, with 18 per cent of that age group drinking at home on a daily basis.

Herald Scotland: The case for moderation in drinking at all ages. For a long time it was assumed excessive drinking was a problem of the young, but research by consumer analysts Mintel shows that, while one in five of those over 65 years drink at home every day, only one in nine between 18 and 24 do the same.

The Drinks Business: Underage drinking rate at all-time low. The results sit against a recent study by Mintel which found it that alcohol volumes were in decline thanks rising prices and an increasingly health conscious younger generation.

Cosmetics Business: Male Order. A report by Mintel published last year found the UK grooming category grew by 12% between 2007-2012, from £512m to £574m, and sales are expected to rise a further 6% by 2017.

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 as poor, and only one in three users are satisfied with the range available.

FSM (For Contract Caterers): Quite a handful! According to Mintel, almost all adults in the UK sometimes snack and three in 10 do so twice a day or more.

Choice: Go-it-alone holidays. According to a Mintel survey released least year, nearly a third of all holidays are taken by single adults.

In Business: Free-from bakery has slice of market. ‘According to Mintel-Meat Free and Free from Foods Report published last year, usage of free from food is biased towards age group 16-34, and higher earners. The ‘free from’ category of products is also the fastest growing in the food market with the total value being £367 millon in 2013 and is predicted to rise to £538 million by 2018.’

TUCO (The University Caterers Organisation): Spice trail. According to Mintel the popularity of food trucks is in growth too due to the convenience they offer both caterers and students, as well as pricing, perceived value for money, mobility on campus and the ability to sell a variety of food.

Cafe Culture: Afternoon tea. ‘Confirming tea’s deep cultural roots, research from Mintel also found that three out of four tea drinkers regard drinking tea as ‘part of being British’ and the majority enjoy the ritual of drinking tea.’

Celebrity Angels: Under our skin. Beauty supplements in shot and powder form are part of a fast growing trend that is exploding globally. In a recent study conducted by Mintel, researchers found that most European women take vitamins and supplements to boost their health.

Company Magazine: The Scent of Summer. A bit of digging around and I find that market-research company Mintel back up what Roja says in their 2013 fragrance repor, stating: ‘Seasonal editions remain an important driver for new product development, to appeal to consumers looking for an alternative version of a favourite scent.’

Top Sante Health & Beauty: LOVE Beauty. All eyes are on Brazil this summer – for more reasons than just football. According to market researcher Mintel, British consumers consider Brazilian women to be the most beauty-savvy in the world, so expect a surge in Brazilian-themed products.

Top Sante Health & Beauty: Summer Skincare: the game changers. But according to market analyst Mintel, six in 10 of us think current self-tans look too unnatural, giving skin an unflattering dipped in-creosote.

Cosmetics Design Europe: Mintel: a gallery of hair care innovations. According to Mintel, there are many opportunities to drive sales.

Convenience Store: Oral Care & Chewing Gum: Mouthwatering returns. There’s also potential for further growth, as Mintel believes that just under half of Britons have used gum in the past six months, with four out of 10 users believing that chewing gum helps them avoid snacking much between meals.

in Publishing: Oral Care & Chewing Gum: Mouthwatering returns. There’s also potential for further growth, as Mintel believes that just under half of Britons have used gum in the past six months, with four out of 10 users believing that chewing gum helps them avoid snacking much between meals.

Daily Mail: Forget cows, we’re getting milk from oats and almonds. The size of the non-dairy market jumped from 36 million litres in 2011 to 92 million litres in 2013 — an incredible 155 per cent increase, according to retail analysts Mintel.

Daily Mail: We may be buying more suncream – but we don’t know how to use it. Around half of us keep old sun cream and use it the following year — unaware that most products lose their effectiveness in blocking UV rays after 12 months and should be thrown away, according to research by retail analysts Mintel.

Cosmetics Business: Hair care is riding the wave. According to Mintel, the Brazilian hair care market reached an estimated value of R$8.47bn in 2013 (€2.83bn) and was home to more hair care products than any other country, accounting for 9% of global launches.

Independent i: Ice Ice Baby. Today, it is everywhere. According to Mintel, sales grew 117 per cent between 2011 and 2014 to reach £13m. Some three million litres are consumed in the UK each year.

Market Research World: Research Highlights Excessive Drinking Among Briton’s Over 65. While public perception focuses on younger drinking issues, new research from Mintel reveals that the other end of the generational spectrum is a definite cause for concern, as the research highlights excessive drinking among Britain’s over-65s.

US

MarketWatch Radio: Mars, Hershey raise prices. Marcia Mogelonsky discusses rising chocolate prices

USA Today: Gluten-free food labels must now comply with FDA rules. Marketing research firm Mintel estimated sales in the gluten-free food and beverage market as high as $15.6 billion in 2016.

Reuters: L’Oreal, Unilever among companies leading African haircare industry. In one clue to the potential for Africa, market research firm Mintel put the size of the black hair care market in the United States at $684 million in 2013, estimating that it could be closer to $500 billion if weaves, extensions and sales from independent beauty stores or distributors are included.

Bloomberg Businessweek: Hoffman’s Chocolate opening on Las Olas Boulevard. Retail chocolate sales increased 24 percent nationwide from 2008 to 2013 to reach $20 billion, according to Mintel, a market research company. The firm forecasts sales will grow another 14 percent from 2013 to 2018.

New York Times: Ohio lottery trades the promise of riches for the joy of instant gratification. Among Americans who played some form of lottery game in the previous month, 42 percent agreed with the statement “I enjoy playing lottery games even when I don’t win,” and among the most dedicated players — those who spent more than $30 a month playing — 57 percent agreed, according to a 2011 report by Mintel, a market research firm.

New York Times: Jiminy Cricket! Bugs could be the next food craze. She’s also marketing her crickets to gluten-free eaters, who spent $10.5 billion on products designed for them in 2013 and are expected to shell out $15 billion in 2016, according to the market research company Mintel.

CNBC: Why your coconut water will get more expensive. The number of new coconut water product launches jumped around 540 percent from 2008-2012, according to data from consumer research firm Mintel.

ABC News: FDA regulates meaning of ‘gluten-free’. Last year, gluten-free products rang up more than $10.5 billion in sales according to the marketing company Mintel.

Fox Business: More credit cards, more offers, higher limits. Plastic’s back. Last September, market research company Mintel found that one quarter of all U.S. households find their levels of debt “causing significant stress in their lives,” and the same number claimed their debt “impacts their day-to-day lives.” Fewer than half believed that, for them, it was “an achievable goal to be debt free at retirement.”

International Business Times: L’Oreal, Unilever among companies leading African haircare industry. In one clue to the potential for Africa, market research firm Mintel put the size of the black hair care market in the United States at $684 million in 2013, estimating that it could be closer to $500 billion if weaves, extensions and sales from independent beauty stores or distributors are included.

Yahoo! Finance: L’Oreal, Unilever among companies leading African haircare industry. In one clue to the potential for Africa, market research firm Mintel put the size of the black hair care market in the United States at $684 million in 2013, estimating that it could be closer to $500 billion if weaves, extensions and sales from independent beauty stores or distributors are included.

Yahoo! Small Business: Product is the new brand. According to a recent Mintel Report, 52% of Millennials think a lot about their financial future, and 86% of consumers state that product durability is important or very important.

Wired Magazine: How technology is personalizing the ad experience. Let’s start with the consumer. A few months ago, Mintel Research released a major study, which found that 60% of Millennials are willing to share their personal information with brands.

Detroit Free Press: What is gluten and celiac disease? According to Mintel, sales of gluten-free food and beverages reached $10.5 billion in 2013. Mintel predicts sales will reach more than $15 billion in 2016.

New York Daily News: Gluten-free diet may do more harm than good for those without wheat sensitivity: study. The $10.5 billion gluten-free food and beverage industry grew 44% between 2011 and 2013, according to market research company Mintel, which estimates sales will skyrocket to $15 billion by 2016.

New York Daily News: Haircare is now a multi-billion dollar industry in Africa. In one clue to the potential for Africa, market research firm Mintel put the size of the black haircare market in the United States at $684 million in 2013, estimating that it could be closer to $500 billion if weaves, extensions and sales from independent beauty stores or distributors are included.

Consumer Affairs: US beer drinkers shifting to craft brands. The Mintel survey found that among beer-drinking Millennials, the segment’s heaviest users, 70% say that the brand of beer says a lot about who they are. In other words, you are what you drink. “There is a strong sense of community in the craft beer world,” said Mintel food and drink analyst Beth Bloom. “Consumers like to share knowledge with one another and are highly invested in the products that they choose.”

Toronto Sun: Most Canadians think they’re healthy, even if many don’t exercise much: poll. The survey for the marketing firm Mintel found 59% of Canadians think they lead healthy lives, and 76% say they eat homemade meals and fruits and vegetables at least once a day.

Sun Sentinel: Hoffman’s Chocolate opening on Las Olas Boulevard. Retail chocolate sales increased 24 percent nationwide from 2008 to 2013 to reach $20 billion, according to Mintel, a market research company. The firm forecasts sales will grow another 14 percent from 2013 to 2018.

MediaPost Marketing Daily: Social ad spend to pass $11 billion by 2017. 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 — but don’t look for much spending growth in traditional display ads.

Welland Tribune: Most Canadians think they’re healthy, even if many don’t exercise much: poll. The survey for the marketing firm Mintel found 59% of Canadians think they lead healthy lives, and 76% say they eat homemade meals and fruits and vegetables at least once a day.

Sing Tao Daily: 65% of the regular diet low proportion of smoking and drinking Chinese consider themselves healthy living. The study was conducted by market research company Mintel. The results showed that 76% of Canadians claim to own at least one meal every day cooked food and fruits and vegetables. From this, Canadians feel their health is still good. In fact there are three-fifths (59%) of Canadians believe that their lifestyle is healthy; while this figure accounted for 64% of the women, more Chinese Canadians reached 65%.

American Spa Magazine: Perfect pout. Here are some fun facts from Mintel’s July 2014 Color Cosmetics report to help boost your lip cosmetics sales in your spa.

Nails Magazine: Teen Scene. In fact, according to data and analysis company Mintel, 97% of U.S. girls aged 12-14 use nail products, and 14% of all teen and tween girls use nail products on a daily basis.

QSR Magazine: Mintel: craft beer sales to hit $20 billion this year. New research from Mintel suggests that while craft beer drinkers may indeed love the big, bold flavors of their favorite artisanal brew, they also place a premium on what the beer says about them.

Grocery Headquarters: Craft beer sales surge. “There is a strong sense of community in the craft beer world,” says Mintel food and drink analyst Beth Bloom.

Beverage Industry: Craft beer sales surge 110%, Mintel reports. New research from Chicago-based Mintel suggests that while craft beer drinkers might enjoy the big, bold flavors of their favorite artisanal brews, they also place a premium on what the beer says about them.

Convenience Store News: Craft beer drinkers value style and substance. Craft beer is about making a statement. According to new research from Mintel, craft beer drinkers may love the big, bold flavors of their favorite artisanal brew, but they also place a premium on what their choice of beer says about them.

CSP Magazine: What’s the leading purchase driver among craft beer drinkers. New research from Mintel suggests that while craft beer drinkers may indeed love the big, bold flavors of their favorite artisanal brew, they also place a premium on what the beer says about them.

Dairy Foods: New gelato products compete for share of stomach—and eyes. Gelato consumers tend to have higher incomes, according to Chicago-based Mintel, probably because of gelato’s positioning as a super-premium treat and higher price point.

American Craft Beer: Beer makes the man (or woman). According to research just released by the Mintel Group, many craft beer drinkers feel that the beers that they drink “make a statement about them.”

Dairy Foods: Ice cream sales nearly frozen. Sales of ice cream and frozen novelties grew only 9% from 2008 through 2013 to $11.2 billion. A slow climb, according to Chicago-based Mintel, that equates to a loss of 1% when adjusted for inflation.

Grocery Headquarters: Millennials primed to influence breakfast segment. According to Mintel, this is true for more than 80 percent of all consumers and 85 percent of Millennials. That feeling of control comes with a certain satisfaction and makes consumers less price-sensitive.

Packaging Digest: Craft beer brews up label innovation. Mintel estimates sales of craft beer (including craft-style offerings) will reach $20 billion in 2014, more than doubling sales of five years ago.

Brazil

Mundo do Marketing: Quais são os sabores de refrigerante prediletos do brasileiro? O sabor cola é o mais consumido pelos brasileiros, com 78% de declaração, seguido pelo sabor guaraná (70%) e laranja (44%). De acordo com dados da Mintel, somente o segmento de colas representou 53,9% do mercado de 2012 em volume, e 58,9% em valor, para o mesmo período.

R7: Um a cada três brasileiros tem medo de fraude em compras pela internet. De acordo com levantamento da Mintel, 30% dos entrevistados afirmam ter medo de possíveis farsas através de sites falsos e uso indevido de cartão de crédito. Isso representa um em cada três brasileiros.

Canal Tech Corporate: Um em cada quatro brasileiros nao compra pela internet por medo de fraudes. As fraudes online, que ainda causam receios no internauta brasileiro e impedem o crescimento do comércio eletrônico. Foi o que constatou um novo levantamento da Mintel, empresa multinacional de inteligência de mídia e mercado, divulgado pela ClearSale. De acordo com o relatório, 30% dos usuários afirmam ter medo de possíveis golpes em sites falsos.

DCI: Para curar os traumatizados. O setor de comercio eletronico brasileiro cresceu 250% nos ultimos cinco anos. O valor de mercado das empresas que atuam na area saltou de R$ 14,8 bilhoes em 2008 pata R$ 51 bilhoes em 2013. Os dados sao de um levantamento realizado pela Mintel.

Sebrae: Comercio eletronico no Brasil cresceu 250% nos ultimos cinco anos. O setor de comércio eletrônico brasileiro cresceu fortemente nos últimos anos. O recém-lançado relatório Mintel sobre e-commerce no Brasil revela que o valor do segmento saltou de R$ 14,8 bilhões em 2008 para R$ 51 bilhões em 2013, um aumento de quase 250% em cinco anos.

H&C (Household & Cosmetics): Cresce posicionamento sem gluten em cosmeticos. Mesmo que muitos cosméticos sejam isentos de glúten, apenas 1% dos lançamentos destacaram essa característica no ano passado, de acordo com a Mintel.

Cosméticos BR: Estudo revela dados do mercado de cabelos e novidades em materia-prima estarao na in-cosmetics. A  agência de pesquisas Mintel ,detectou em estudo  algumas das peculiaridades desse mercado: 69% da população usa a mesma marca/tipo de produto porque sente que esse método funciona.

EMEA

Euronews (France): In Africa, haircare becomes a multi-billion dollar industry. In one clue to the potential for Africa, market research firm Mintel put the size of the black haircare market in the United States at $684 million in 2013, estimating that it could be closer to $500 billion if weaves, extensions and sales from independent beauty stores or distributors are included.

Bakery and Snacks (France): EU health claims – lining functional coffins or an unseen silver lining? Certainly, Mintel reports support the latter notion by reiterating that the nutrition market does not benefit from ‘impulse purchase’ in the same way as indulgent food or beauty sectors.

The Africa Report.com (France): Africa’s multi-billion dollar haircare industry. In one clue to the potential for Africa, market research firm Mintel put the size of the black haircare market in the United States at $684 million in 2013, estimating that it could be closer to $500 billion if weaves, extensions and sales from independent beauty stores or distributors are included.

Food & Drink Europe (France): Sugar scare triggers home baking decline, says Mintel. The number of UK consumers baking at home fell by 8% this year – a drop likely sparked by fears around sugar but one that could be remedied with stevia, says a Mintel analyst.

Wprost (Poland): Woda, która zdrowia doda. Jednocześnie cały czas rośnie nasze zainteresowanie wodą butelkowaną. – Motorem wzrostu jest m.in. rosnące znaczenie zdrowego trybu życia – mówi Honorata Jarocka, analityk z Mintel Group.

De Telegraaf (Netherlands): Wenkbrauwpotlood vliegt de winkel uit. Volgens de onderzoekers van Mintel, gebruikt een kwart van de Britse vrouwen producten om hun wenkbrauwen vorm te geven.

SpecialChem S.A (France): Companies to Highlight Their Latest Hair Care Offerings at in-cosmetics Brasil.  Mintel (the global market research company) study data threw up some peculiarities, revealing that 69% of the population follows the same hair care routine in that it uses the same brand or type of product, believing this method works.

L’Avenir (Belgium): Le régime sans gluten méconnu du grand public. L’industrie spécialisée des produits alimentaires sans gluten a crû de 44% entre 2011 et 2013 pour atteindre les 10,5 milliards de dollars de chiffre d’affaire à en croire des données de l’analyste Mintel. Ce dernier estime même que les ventes de ce secteur pourraient dépasser les 15 milliards de dollars d’ici 2016.

Le Populaire (France): Le régime sans gluten méconnu du grand public. L’industrie spécialisée des produits alimentaires sans gluten a crû de 44% entre 2011 et 2013 pour atteindre les 10,5 milliards de dollars de chiffre d’affaire à en croire des données de l’analyste Mintel. Ce dernier estime même que les ventes de ce secteur pourraient dépasser les 15 milliards de dollars d’ici 2016.

El País (Spain): Coco, la nueva fruta milagrosa. El agua de coco causa furor en Estados Unidos (según la consultora Mintel, los lanzamientos al mercado se multiplicaron por cinco entre 2008 y 2012); proviene de la fruta verde aún sin madurar y es el líquido manjar con el que ahora deportistas y amantes de las aguas enriquecidas (además de los náufragos de las películas) calman su sed.

IsraelValley (France): Big Business : Le Marché des Produits Sans Gluten en Israël. Selon Mintel, un pain sur dix lancés au Moyen-Orient et en Afrique du Nord en 2013 était sans gluten. Les aliments sans gluten représentent une part de 4 % (8% en Europe et 17% en Amérique du Nord).

APAC

TuoiTreNews (Vietnam): In Africa, haircare becomes a multi-billion dollar industry. In one clue to the potential for Africa, market research firm Mintel put the size of the black haircare market in the United States at $684 million in 2013, estimating that it could be closer to $500 billion if weaves, extensions and sales from independent beauty stores or distributors are included.

The Epoch Times (Taiwan): 台灣珍奶討喜 英國狂展店. 根據市場研究公司英敏特國際集團(Mintel),英國民眾愈來愈愛珍奶,甚至連德國人也愛上這種「股溜股溜」的好滋味,麥當勞也都開始賣珍奶。

Europe News (Thailand): FDA Regulates Meaning of ‘Gluten-Free’. Last year, gluten-free products rang up more than $ 10.5 billion in sales according to the marketing company Mintel.

Reuters India (India): In Africa, haircare becomes a multi-billion dollar industry. In one clue to the potential for Africa, market research firm Mintel put the size of the black haircare market in the United States at $684 million in 2013, estimating that it could be closer to $500 billion if weaves, extensions and sales from independent beauty stores or distributors are included.

Keng Sheng Daily News (Taiwan): 台灣珍奶討喜 英國狂展店. 」根據市場研究公司英敏特國際集團(Mintel),英國民眾愈來愈愛珍奶,甚至連德國人也愛上這種「股溜股溜」的好滋味,麥當勞也都開始賣珍奶。

Business Insider Malaysia (Malaysia): 15 Facts About London That Will Blow Your Mind. According to Mirror, Alexandra Richmond, a consumer analyst at Mintel, called the £ 1 billion a “conservative” estimate.

The Times Of India (India): Howzat! Crickets could be next global food craze. She’s also marketing her crickets to gluten-free eaters, who spent $10.5 billion on products designed for them in 2013 and are expected to shell out $15 billion in 2016, according to the market research company Mintel.

New Sarawak Tribune (Malaysia): Gluten-free diet could do more harm than good for those who don’t need it. The 10.5 billion dollar gluten-free food and beverage industry grew 44 percent between 2011 and 2013, according to market research company Mintel, which estimates sales will skyrocket to $15 billion by 2016.

The Malaysian Insider (Malaysia): Gluten-free diet could do more harm than good for those who don’t need it, study shows. The US$10.5 billion (RM33.65 billion) gluten-free food and beverage industry grew 44% between 2011 and 2013, according to market research company Mintel, which estimates sales will skyrocket to US$15 billion by 2016.

Free Malaysia Today (Malaysia): Gluten-free diet could do more harm than good for those who don’t need it. The 10.5 billion dollar gluten-free food and beverage industry grew 44 percent between 2011 and 2013, according to market research company Mintel, which estimates sales will skyrocket to $15 billion by 2016.

Her World Singapore (Singapore): Going gluten-free? Then you need to read this. The 10.5 billion dollar gluten-free food and beverage industry grew 44 per cent between 2011 and 2013, according to market research company Mintel, which estimates sales will skyrocket to $15 billion by 2016.

China.org.cn (China): Top 10 fast-food chains in China. Let’s take a look at top 10 fast-food chains in China. (Source: mintel.com)

大河网 (China): “福喜事件”的一连串错_新闻中心_大河网.  来自跨国调查公司英敏特的最新调查报告称:中国的网上零售市场,到2019年有望激增到8.34万亿元,预计会比2014年的2.79万亿元增长198%。

中国食品商务网 (China): 福喜事件连串错:监管为何总是迟到. 彭博社的数据是:市场研究公司英敏特的数据显示,中国有50万家食品生产和加工企业,其中大约70%是10人以下的小企业。而在美国,食品生产和加工企业总数只3万家。同时,在中国,预计每420个农户才有一名检查员。

证券之星 (China): “福喜事件”的一连串错 洋快餐是否不知者无罪?_财经频道_证券之星. 彭博社的数据是:市场研究公司英敏特的数据显示,中国有50万家食品生产和加工企业,其中大约70%是10人以下的小企业。而在美国,食品生产和加工企业总数只3万家。同时,在中国,预计每420个农户才有一名检查员。

Beijing Kids (China): Health Guide 2014: The Green Stuff – Buying organic in Beijing. According to an October 2012 report by market research firm Mintel, 80 percent of urban Chinese think organic products are worth paying more for.

 

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