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

UK

Financial Times Travel money swap shop seeks to ride P2P wave In 2018, UK residents are forecast to spend £38bn abroad, according to research by Mintel. The market for obtaining this foreign currency is a fragmented one, drawing in the state-owned Post Office, banks, supermarkets, other retailers, travel agents and bureaux de change such as Travelex.

The Observer Brewing up a storm: British-grown luxury tea brands go from strength to strength While market analysts Mintel announced last week that sales of standard tea bags fell by 13% between 2012 and 2014, sales of speciality tea bags rose by 15%.

Financial Times Adidas struggles to catch up with Nike’s runaway success “Nike has gone through the basketball route, focusing on celebrity endorsements, while Adidas has taken a more grassroots focus aimed at youth culture,” says Matthew Crabbe, a retail analyst with Mintel. Adidas has, for example, collaborated with popular actress Fan Bingbing on fashion collections.

Retail Week Electricals to take online top spot Electrical goods are forecast to become the biggest ecommerce market by surpassing fashion sales this year, according to Mintel research.

Daily Mail Bakeware firms set for a boost as The Great British Bake Off is back on TV Sales of home baking goods are up from £523 million in 2009 to £1.7 billion last year, according to market researcher Mintel.

The Observer As thieves catch on to cycling boom, it’s time you got that nice bike insured Since 2012 the amount spent on a bike has risen from £206 to £233, according to Mintel data.

The Guardian How middle-aged men in Lycra are boosting the need for cycle insurance Since 2012 the amount spent on a bike has risen from £206 to £233, according to Mintel data. However, many are now worth well over £1,000.

BBC News Q&A: Milk prices row and how the system works A survey of 1,270 milk drinkers by market research organisation Mintel in June found 51% would be prepared to pay more than £1 for four pints of milk. The average price people were willing to pay was £1.28. Currently, normal supermarket prices range from 89p to £1.

BBC Radio 5 Live A survey of 1,270 milk drinkers by market research organisation Mintel in June found 51% would be prepared to pay more than £1 for four pints of milk.  Mintel’s Richard Ford provides analysis.

Morning Advertiser Spin the bottle Mintel’s Chris Wisson agrees, adding: “Mezcal could be a really interesting trend because it perfectly taps into this quality-over-quantity trend.”

The Mail on Sunday The Great British Bake Off bonanza Sales of home baking goods are up from £523 million in 2009 to £1.7 billion last year, according to market researcher Mintel.

City A.M. Where in Britain drinks the most tea and eats the most biscuits? The nation is drinking less tea, causing sales to drop, although we are still necking 76m kg of the stuff every year – that’s the equivalent of each person in the UK downing 460 cups, according to research from Mintel.

Mail On Sunday Price cuts ‘will mean the end of British produce': Our farms cannot survive, union claims A survey by Mintel found consumers would be willing to pay £1.28 for four pints. Supermarket prices range from 89p to £1.

Mirror.co.uk Are you tired, overweight or dizzy? There could be a very simple reason why We guzzle our way through some 33 litres of bottled water each year, paying around £1 per bottle for the privilege, with most of us believing it’s “healthier” than tap water, according to research by Mintel.

Cosmetics Business News Why is everyone buying into premium skin care? Prestige cosmetics have fared well recently, with 45% of US skin care consumers choosing to buy premium, according to Mintel.

International Supermarket News TROUBLE BREWS FOR THE GREAT BRITISH TEA TIME: VOLUME SALES OF TEA DECLINE BY 22% IN FIVE YEARS With the ovens warming in anticipation of the Great British Bake Off, new research from Mintel finds that Brits may be losing their thirst for the Great British Tea Time.

Herald Scotland Farmers call on David Cameron to intervene over milk prices But when more than 1,000 people were asked by market research company Mintel, just over half (51 per cent) said that they would be prepared to pay more than £1, with the average saying they would hand over £1.28.

Western Morning News Milk price crisis: What is the row about? A survey of 1,270 milk drinkers by market research organisation Mintel in June found 51% would be prepared to pay more than £1 for four pints of milk.

Irish Mirror Are you tired, overweight or dizzy? There could be a very simple reason why We guzzle our way through some 33 litres of bottled water each year, paying around £1 per bottle for the privilege, with most of us believing it’s “healthier” than tap water, according to research by Mintel.

Daily Post Milk prices Q&A: What’s the row about? A survey of 1,270 milk drinkers by market research organisation Mintel in June found 51% would be prepared to pay more than £1 for four pints of milk. The average price people were willing to pay was £1.28.

News Guardian Milk protests at falling prices ‘crisis’: the key questions answered A survey of 1,270 milk drinkers by market research organisation Mintel in June found 51% would be prepared to pay more than £1 for four pints of milk. The average price people were willing to pay was £1.28.

Daily Record H2O No! Here’s why keeping hydrated also keeps you healthy We guzzle our way through some 33 litres of bottled water each year, paying £1 per bottle for the privilege, with most of us believing it’s healthier than tap water, according to research by Mintel.

The Drinks Business Why craft beer needs to evolve There’s definitely change afoot in the craft beer market. Supermarkets and big brewers are muscling in on production of “craft style” beers (Meantime has been bought by SABMiller) and critics are starting to, well, criticise those craft brands that experience strong growth and success (as per a Mintel analyst’s recent critique of Brewdog in these very pages).

The Drinks Business Craft beer boom drives taste for high abv beer According to research by Mintel, almost a quarter of beers launched globally in 2014 had an abv of 6.5% or higher, 25% in 2013, up from just 15% in 2012, undoubtedly driven by the rise in craft beer.

News Letter Would you be happy to pay more for your milk to help farmers? A survey of 1,270 milk drinkers by market research organisation Mintel in June found 51% would be prepared to pay more than £1 for four pints of milk. The average price people were willing to pay was £1.28.

International Supermarket News ONE IN FIVE US BACK-TO-SCHOOL SHOPPERS SAVE MONEY BY SHOPPING LATE With the back-to-school shopping season in full swing, new research from Mintel reveals how consumers are leveraging saving strategies to cut costs.

News Letter Do dropping tea sales mean an end of the British cuppa? Sales of tea bags have dropped as consumers switch to coffee, green tea and speciality blends, market research firm Mintel has found.

Wave 105 New Morrisons Milk Brand To ‘Help’ Farmers In June, research by Mintel suggested that more than half of consumers would be willing to pay more for cow’s milk.

Yorkshire Post Q&A: Milk price row explained A survey of 1,270 milk drinkers by market research organisation Mintel in June found 51% would be prepared to pay more than £1 for four pints of milk. The average price people were willing to pay was £1.28.

Heart Radio – More Music Variety Morrisons ‘Helps Farmers’ With New Milk Brand In June, research by Mintel suggested that more than half of consumers would be willing to pay more for cow’s milk.

Yahoo! News UK Embracing more grains? Here’s the cooking primer you need Sales of grains in natural food stores rose more than 40 percent from 2013 to 2014, according to market research firm Mintel.

Daily Mirror Tired? Dizzy? Overweight? We guzzle our way through some 33 litres of bottled water each year, paying around £1 per bottle for the privilege, with most of us believing it’s “healthier” than tap water, according to research by Mintel.

Confectionary News Too conservative? Lindt’s Hello Bites may need more bite for younger crowd Marcia Mogelonsky, director of insight for Mintel Food and Drink, said Lindt is entering the market carefully with very few interesting or unique flavours. While she believes the bites will be popular with Millenials, she points out this group also appreciates new and different flavours.

Convenience Store Great British Bake Off to boost home-baking sales in stores UK sales of home-baking ingredients and equipment have been growing steadily and the value of the market is expected to edge up by 7% to £1.9bn by 2019, buoyed by own-label products such as flour, sugar, and baking mixes, according to latest Mintel data.

Bitterwallet Morrisons to give 10p to dairy farmers That said, research by Mintel showed that more than half of consumers would actually be willing to pay a bit more for their cow milk. It’d be nice if, right across the board, all the supermarkets just increased their milk prices slightly in a bid to support producers, but they’re all terrified at the moment and won’t ever do that.

The Northern Echo The declining price of milk A survey of 1,270 milk drinkers by market research organisation Mintel in June found 51 per cent would be prepared to pay more than £1 for four pints of milk. The average price people were willing to pay was £1.28.

Shropshire Star Special report: Is it doom for the Shropshire milk industry? A study by market research group Mintel earlier this year found that 51 per cent of consumers would be willing to pay more for their milk, yet supermarkets see it as part of a group of key goods whose price affects where shoppers choose to visit.

The Caterer Up for grabs According to Mintel’s 2014 report, Consumer Snacking UK, snacking is a deeply ingrainde habit for UK adults, with 98% snacking at home, work or place of study, and 70% snacking on the go.

US

Wall Street Journal P&G Tripped Up by Its Assumptions About Diapers in China Procter & Gamble Co., America’s leading diaper maker, recently rolled out a line of premium diapers in China with a prominent new claim: “Made in Japan.” Last year, P&G’s share of the Chinese diaper market fell to 24.3% from 28.8% in 2013, according to Mintel Group.

The Baltimore Sun Students have growing influence in parents back-to-school spending The NRF’s survey shows that more than three-quarters of parents say children have a direct influence on up to 50 percent of their purchases. That’s up from about 72 percent of parents who answered that way two years ago. Another survey, by the market research firm Mintel, found that one-third of back-to-school shoppers said children have a strong influence on items they purchase and nearly 40 percent of parents said they end up spending more on products for their children than when they are shopping for themselves. Eighty-four percent of parents with children ages 6 through 11 said they sometimes or often ask their kids for their opinion when buying clothing for them, Mintel’s survey said.

FOX 31 KDVR How to shop for back to school on a budget Seek out extra deals: According a recent study conducted by Mintel, a consumer insights company, 90% of back-to-school shoppers will use coupons. This is great news because there are so many extra savings to be had! Download the Coupon Sherpa app for instant access to Kohl’s coupons including $10 off kids’ apparel and shoe purchases, and Staples coupons for specific savings, like 40% off regular-priced dividers.

MediaPost BTS Shoppers Waiting, Looking For Deals According to consumer insights company Mintel, more than half (55%) of U.S. parents believe postponing back-to-school shopping until the end of the season is a good way to save money. Meanwhile, nearly 90% of parents use coupons to save money when back-to-school shopping. “There’s a lot of pressure on parents and teachers for purchasing school supplies,” Bryant Harland, technology analyst at Mintel, tells Marketing Daily, about the desire to save money on back-to-school shopping.

FashionUnited How the Selfie Effect is Disrupting the Industry The importance social media networks plays today within consumer changing shopping habits is seen as imperative for fashion retailers. “Over three quarters of social media users purchased women’s clothing in the last year compared to 70 percent of social media non users,” says Diana Smith, Senior Retail and Apparel Analyst at Mintel. “With one third of millennial women visiting sites like YouTube (34 percent) and Instagram (33 percent) on a daily basis, and 71 percent using Facebook every day, more clothing retailers should harness the power of social media to further engage these impressionable, influential, and savvy shoppers.”

International Supermarket News ONE IN FIVE US BACK-TO-SCHOOL SHOPPERS SAVE MONEY BY SHOPPING LATE With the back-to-school shopping season in full swing, new research from Mintel reveals how consumers are leveraging saving strategies to cut costs. Some 42 percent of back-to-school (BTS) shoppers say it takes multiple trips to get everything they need for the upcoming school year, including one in five (23 percent) who say they get better deals by waiting until later in the shopping season. Similarly, slightly more than half of US parents (55 percent) agree that postponing BTS purchases until after the end of the season is a good way to save money.

Inside Radio Late-School Sales Is A Boon For Stations. New data from research firm Mintel shows nearly a quarter of parents think they’ll save money by waiting to purchase later in the back-to-school season. That plays well to radio’s strengths for advertisers. Radio executives have noted that clients have recently put off buys for a bit, taking advantage of radio’s reputation for quick turnaround and execution. Retailers can move quickly to get a radio spot on-air and drive traffic to their stores.

CNBC Craft beers get heavy … on the alcohol Consumer research group Mintel found that the amount of beers released with more than 6.5 percent alcohol by volume increased by 319 percent in North America from 2011 to 2014, with 46 percent of new beer releases falling into this category. The average alcohol content of craft beer is 5.9 percent A.B.V.

CBS News A champion’s thirst? Drink your Wheaties According to a beverage industry survey conducted by Mintel, a marketing research firm, sales of craft beers doubled between 2007 and 2012 and are slated to triple by 2017. “While the craft and craft-style beer category remains a small segment of the $78 billion dollar beer industry, the category has been able to stabilize the overall beer industry, which has experienced volume declines in the domestic and imported beer categories since 2008,” said Jennifer Zegler, a beverage industry analyst at Mintel, in a report.

Fox News Americans buying more beer with higher alcohol content Today, brewers are releasing more beers with higher ABV (alcohol by volume) to satisfy changing market tastes, according to new data from consumer research firm Mintel. In 2013 and 2014, nearly one out of every four new beers launched globally has an ABV of 6.5 percent or higher. Compare that to just 15 percent of beers launched in 2012. In 2014, nearly 12 percent of all new beer releases had an ABV over 8 percent, nearly double that of a Bud Light. Across the board, average alcohol ABV of craft beer is 5.9 percent.

Vice Americans Want More Alcohol in Their Beloved Beer It’s official: we are a beer-drinking nation. But a new study by Mintel, the London-based market research company, says that the way we drink beer is changing. What? Does that mean we will no longer be daintily sipping on pilsner from our homemade beer bongs?! Not exactly, but close.

Food Business News Craft soda in the spotlight The carbonated soft drink category has lost its pop in recent years, with sales dropping 3.6% between 2011 and 2014 on rising concerns regarding added sugars and artificial ingredients. But while traditional brands may be falling out of favor with consumers, craft and natural options are poised for growth, said Mintel, a Chicago market research firm.

Convenience Store News Consumers Give Natural CSDs Healthy Marks With carbonated soft drinks (CSDs) facing mounting negative perceptions, craft and natural options are showing promise among soft drink consumers, according to Mintel’s Carbonated Soft Drinks: Spotlight on Natural/Craft US 2015 report. Research shows that three in five (57 percent) U.S. adults agree that CSDs that are made with natural ingredients are healthier than those made with artificial ingredients, and 34 percent of consumers are interested in carbonated soft drinks with added benefits, such as protein, vitamins or minerals.

Convenience Store Decisions What Do Americans Want From Soft Drinks? While natural and craft comprise small, relatively new segments of the carbonated soft drink category, Mintel’s new Carbonated Soft Drinks: Spotlight on Natural/Craft US 2015 report reveals that nearly three in five (57%) U.S. adults agree that carbonated soft drinks made with natural ingredients are healthier than those made with artificial ingredients. Whatsmore, 34% are interested in seeing carbonated soft drinks with added benefits.

VendingMarketWatch.com Mintel: Three In Five Americans Agree Carbonated Soft Drinks Made With Natural Ingredients Are Healthier With carbonated soft drinks facing mounting negative health perceptions from Americans, craft and natural options are showing promise among the most active soft drink consumers. While natural and craft comprise small, relatively new segments of the carbonated soft drink category, Mintel’s new Carbonated Soft Drinks: Spotlight on Natural/Craft US 2015 report reveals that nearly three in five (57 percent) US adults agree that carbonated soft drinks made with natural ingredients are healthier than those made with artificial ingredients.

AP Embracing More Grains? Here’s the Cooking Primer You Need Driven by a new awareness of healthy eating, increased demand for gluten-free products, and a desire to spark up their kitchen routine, more Americans are reaching for exotic grains with mystifying names such as teff and triticale. Sales of grains in natural food stores rose more than 40 percent from 2013 to 2014, according to market research firm Mintel. Quinoa remains the leader, with nearly 80 percent of sales, but farro and freekeh showed the greatest growth.

Food Dive Cereal shunned for grab-and-go options with healthier ingredients Breakfast product sales decreased 5% between 2009 and 2014 to $11 billion, according to Mintel. In particular, RTE breakfast cereal sales, by far the largest segment of the breakfast market, were down, with companies like Kellogg and General Mills feeling the pinch.

Progressive Grocer PG Web Extra: U.S. Grill Sales Heat Up As summer gradually fades into tailgating season, Mintel’s new “Grilling and Barbecuing U.S. 2015” report reveals that nearly half of Americans (47 percent) plan to purchase a grill within the next two years. The top reason consumers are buying new grills is to upgrade to better quality models (35 percent), whether they need one or not. And a third (33 percent) of U.S. grill owners agree that grilling allows them to spend time with friends and family.

Food Dive LaCroix dominates sparkling water, a popular soda alternative According to new research from Mintel, nearly three in five American adults believe that when carbonated soft drinks are made with natural ingredients, they are healthier choices than carbonated soft drinks made with artificial ingredients. Craft soda is still catching on, with about two-thirds of consumers not currently drinking craft, but about 44% of those non-craft soda drinkers expressed interest in trying it.

Food Navigator Califia Farms’ new products, packaging help drive non-dairy category growth, CEO says Sales of nondairy milk in the U.S. have almost doubled from 2009 to 2014 and now account for 20% of the $24 billion dairy case market, according to recent research from Mintel.

Wall Street Journal 3G Capital’s Brands Lose Market Share Amid Focus on Costs 3G Capital Partners LP is known for wringing costs out of food-and-beverage businesses. Its track record for boosting sales and market share of their products is less stellar. 3G hasn’t “done anything revolutionary or groundbreaking that worked” with Heinz products, said David Turner, food analyst at market researcher Mintel.

Food Navigator Ackman investment in Mondelēz: ‘Maybe this is the shake up it needs,’ says innovation expert Activist-investor William Ackman’s 7.5% stake in Mondelēz International should inject life into a sweet and snack major that has been struggling for the past two years, says the innovation head at Mintel.

Consumer Reports Is grazing good for you? According to a 2015 report from the market research firm Mintel, people say they snack primarily to satisfy a craving or to boost energy. But surveys might not be capturing the subtle triggers that nudge people to nibble because consumers are probably not aware of them.

Consumer Reports The truth about high protein snacks Almost half of Americans say they want to boost the protein in their diet, and food marketers are only too happy to oblige. That’s why you’re seeing more high protein snacks on store shelves. In fact, there was an 89 percent jump in snacks sold with protein claims between 2012 and 2014, according to Mintel, a market research firm.

Confectionery News Too conservative? Lindt’s Hello Bites may need more bite for younger crowd Lindt’s new Hello Bites may appeal to a younger crowd – but are the flavors too conservative for a demographic which appreciates novelty and variety? Mintel’s Marcia Mogelonsky comments.

US News & World Report Brits No Longer Steamed About a Hot Cuppa Tea You would be hard-pressed to come up with a beverage more British than tea. Well, okay, possibly a pint of beer. But still, a hot cuppa tea is a quintessential British thirst-quencher. So it came as a bit of shock this week when Mintel, a consumer research company, reported that tea sales in the U.K. had fallen 22 percent between 2010 and 2015, to 76 million kilograms. What’s more, it said, the trend is continuing, and predicted that tea sales would dip to 68 million kilograms by 2020.

NY Daily News Tea sales in hot water No tea, please, we’re British. Sales of the steeped drink — a British staple since the days of the raj — are down 22% since 2010 and may plummet by nearly 70% by 2020, according to the research firm Mintel.

Korea Daily 아빠에겐 프로틴, 아이에겐 에너지를 마켓 리서치 회사 민텔(Mintel)에 따르면 스낵을 먹는.

CANADA

Cosmetics Magazine How the Bushy Brow Trend Is Driving Makeup Sales Call it the Cara Delevingne effect: New data from global market research firm Mintel has found that multi-outlet sales of eyebrow cosmetics stateside are expected to rake in twice as much this year as they did in 2010, growing from US$71.3 million to an estimated US$142.7 million in five years. The company’s Color Cosmetics US 2015 report also shows that 25 percent of American women use eyebrow pencils, while 19 percent wear brow makeup (such as tints) on a regular basis.

Strategy The purchasing power of social media Cat videos and sharing photos of your kids may be social media’s main appeal for some, but these platforms are playing a role in the path-to-purchase. In fact, a social media post from a peer about a previously unknown product can drive some to buy, according to a release on Mintel’s recent Social Media Trends Canada 2015 report.

Canadian Grocer Young moms using social media to find, buy products A majority of Canadian mothers now rely on social media platforms to both discover and buy products, a new report by Mintel suggests. “Consumers are highly engaged on social media and the power of posts is seen to be influential on purchase decisions,” Carol Wong-Li, senior lifestyle analyst with the international marketing intelligence agency, is quoted as saying in Mintel’s Social Media Trends Canada 2015 report.

Marketing Magazine Social media plays a key role in purchase decisions: Mintel While Canadians who use social media do so primarily to remain in touch with family and friends, a new study says it also plays a significant role in their purchase decisions. According to Mintel’s Social Media Trends Canada 2015 report, nearly half of Canadian social media visitors (48%) have used these platforms to make a product discovery or purchase-related action, including taking advantage of discounts/special offers (30%), opinion-seeking (27%) and asking brands for product information before (18%) or after (19%) purchase.

The Globe and Mail Just desserts: Toronto pastry chefs and confectioners taking the city by storm Indeed, the definition of dessert has evolved. Formerly a treat consumed after dinner, its role has relaxed, and – explains Darren Tristano, executive vice-president of food-industry research firm Technomic – now encompasses non-traditional items such as frappé coffees and waffles, portable treats that can be consumed any time of the day. And according to American market research agency Mintel, prepared pies and cakes have also seen a 24-per-cent growth from 2009 to 2014 due to between-meal snacking.

Media in Canada Social media chatter drives purchasing: report Marketing intelligence firm Mintel has released a report that highlights the impact of social media interactions on users’ purchases.

加拿大卡加利中文新聞網- 星島日報 59%加國媽媽 喜用社交網購物 際著名市場情報機構英敏特(Mintel),根據對2,004名18歲以上加.

China

中国医药报 功能性饮料市场蓬勃发展 市场咨询公司英敏特(Mintel)的一份健康生活调查报告时表示,在中国消费者主要的健康忧虑问题中,“失眠/健康睡眠质量”的比例最高,占34%。与此同时,中国消费者把健康饮食作为最主要的生活计划,受调查的消费者中,有77%的人表示“多运动”“健康饮食”是他们未来一年中“一定会做”的计划。.

ADquan广告门 Mintel英敏特:46%的中国城市消费者曾使用过互联网+上门服务 英敏特(Mintel)最新《数码趋势-中国-2015》报告显示,46%的中国城市消费者曾使用过互联网+上门服务,并且78%的消费者表示会继续使用。.

界面 【深度】拯救饼干! 奥利奥母公司正在中国执行一项秘密计划 英敏特中国研究总监徐如一对界面新闻记者表示,最近两三年,饼干的使用场合正在发生变化,从此前更多作为果腹功能的食品变成消费者在闲暇之余享受的产品。除了品牌间的竞争,饼干这个品类还面临着来自其它替代零食品,例如咸味零食、糖果和巧克力的竞争。.

中国食品报 有机食品与常规食品营养一样但受污染少 英敏特关于有机食品的最新报告称,68%的城里人相信有机食品营养价值比普通食品更高。.

Shanghai Daily Summertime thirst for cold brew transforms coffee market In addition, the percentage of coffee shops and restaurants serving iced coffee rose from 19 percent in 2009 to 24 percent in 2013, data from market research firm Mintel show.

汉丰 英敏特:61%中国单身男性想“脱单”  英敏特最新研究报告显示,六成(61%)的中国单身男性表示希望可以尽快脱离单身生活,相比,仅有46%的单身女性有这样的想法.

网易 英敏特:61%中国单身男性想“脱单”  英敏特最新研究报告显示,六成(61%)的中国单身男性表示希望可以尽快脱离单身生活,相比,仅有46%的单身女性有这样的想法.

Global Food Mate Clean Labelling is big business In February 2015, market research firm Mintel identified that consumers want to know more about the ingredients, but consumers make their purchasing decisions based on the information available on the label.

东方早报 奢侈品为何纷纷开餐馆:挽留客户需要一些新刺激 另据英敏特的调查报告,得益于不断增长的收入,中国消费者越来越愿意选择较好的餐馆,2014年,食品支出同比增长8.1%至7990亿元。.

APAC

The Brunei Times Tea sales fall in Britain Tea sales by volume fell by 22 per cent between 2010 and 2015 to about 76 million kilos (about 170 million pounds) from 97 million kilos, according to market research firm Mintel.

The Jakarta Globe Americans’ Taste for Cold Brew Transforms Summertime Coffee Market In addition, the percentage of coffee shops and restaurants serving iced coffee rose from 19 percent in 2009 to 24 percent in 2013, data from market research firm Mintel show.

聯合新聞網 傳統茶魅力漸失 英國人改喝花草茶 根據市調業者Mintel的資料,2010至2015年傳統茶的銷售從6.99億英鎊(10.9億美元)降至6.54億英鎊。相較之下,水果茶和花草茶的銷售則增加。

Yahoo!ニュース Japan 英国人の紅茶離れ進む? 売り上げが5年で22%下落 市場調査会社ミンテル(Mintel)の報告書によれば、2010年に9700万キログラムだった英国における紅茶の売り上げは、2015年には22%減の7600万キログラムにとどまる見通し。

News 1st UK tea sales fall as consumers switch to herbal Traditional tea sales in the UK have dropped by 6% over the past five years as consumers switch to herbal and fruit teas, new research has shown. Sales have fallen by from £699m in 2010 to an estimated £654m in 2015, according to figures from consumer analysts Mintel.

Daily Times Americans taste for cold brew transforms summertime coffee market In addition, the percentage of coffee shops and restaurants serving iced coffee rose from 19 percent in 2009 to 24 percent in 2013, data from market research firm Mintel show.

The Hindu Don’t fancy a cuppa Tea sales by volume fell by 22 per cent between 2010 and 2015 to about 76 million kilos (about 170 million pounds) from 97 million kilos, according to market research firm Mintel.

JIJI Press Don’t fancy a cuppa? Tea sales fall in Britain Tea sales by volume fell by 22 percent between 2010 and 2015 to about 76 million kilos (about 170 million pounds) from 97 million kilos, according to market research firm Mintel.

Republika Online Penjualan Teh Tradisional di Inggris Jatuh, Ada Apa? Menurut angka dari analis konsumen, Mintel, penjualan telah jatuh dari 699 juta poundsterling pada tahun 2010 diperkirakan menjadi 654 juta poundsterling pada tahun 2015.

ニュース – msn 英国人の紅茶離れ進む?売り上げが5年で22%下落 市場調査会社ミンテル(Mintel)の報告書によれば、2010年に9700万キログラムだった英国における紅茶の売り上げは、2015年には22%減の7600万キログラムにとどまる見通し。.

ADVFN.com 3G Capital’s Brands Lose Market Share Amid Focus on Costs 3G hasn’t “done anything revolutionary or groundbreaking that worked” with Heinz products, said David Turner, food analyst at market researcher Mintel.

Hindustan Times ePaper Don’t fancy a cuppa? Tea sales fall in Britain Tea sales, by volume, fell by 22% between 2010 and 2015, to about 76 million kilos from 97 million kilos, according to market research firm Mintel.

WantChinaTimes.com Fashion brands open restaurants in China to boost business A study by Unilever suggests that 85% of Chinese consumers go out to dine at least once a week and another study by Mintel Group suggests that food outlays by Chinese people grew 8.1% to 799 billion yuan (US$129 billion) in 2014.

Yahoo! India Lifestyle Embracing more grains? Here’s the cooking primer you need Sales of grains in natural food stores rose more than 40 percent from 2013 to 2014, according to market research firm Mintel.

The Straits Times SoShiok A British pastime is under threat as tea and biscuit sales fall The staples of the British cuppa – tea and cookies (or biscuits as the British insist on calling them) have declined over the past five years as UK consumers turn to healthier snacks and try more adventurous beverages, according to market research from Mintel.

New Sarawak Tribune Don’t fancy a cuppa? Tea sales fall in Britain Tea sales by volume fell by 22 per cent between 2010 and 2015 to about 76 million kilos (about 170 million pounds) from 97 million kilos, according to market research firm Mintel.

The Straits Times SoShiok Americans’ taste for cold brew transforms summer coffee market In addition, the percentage of coffee shops and restaurants serving iced coffee rose from 19 per cent in 2009 to 24 per cent in 2013, data from market research firm Mintel show.

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The Wall Street Journal Europe 3G Brands lose share amid focus on costs 3G hasn’t “done anything revolutionary or groundbreaking that worked” with Heinz products, said David Turner, food analyst at market researcher Mintel.

Il Messaggero La tavola diventa glocal Non se la prenda la regina Elisabetta, ma cosi piu non e: se gia nel 2013 il consumo di caffe aveva sopravanzato quello del te, secondo un recente studio di Mintel, dal 2010 al 2015 la quantita di te venduta in Gran Bretagna averebbe subito un calo del 22%- passando da 97 a 76 millioni di chilogrammi- a favore non solo del caffe, anche di infusi e tisane, con un passibile crollo previsto per il 2020 a 68,7 milioni.

Schwarmstedter Rundschau Vegetarian meat alternatives popular with youth Laut einer kurzlich veröffentlichten Untersuchung des internationalen Marktforschungsunternehmens Mintel greifen in Deutschland immer mehr Kunden zu Fleischalternativen.

VEBU Grillen: Veggie-Fleischalternativen erfreuen sich großer Beliebtheit bei jungen Menschen Laut einer kürzlich veröffentlichten Untersuchung des internationalen Marktforschungsunternehmens Mintel greifen in Deutschland immer mehr Kunden zu Fleischalternativen.

Food & Drink Europe Vegethletics: Are you running on plants? Mintel global food science analyst Laura-Daisy Jones echoed this, citing the example of the British vegetarian road cyclist Lizzie Armistead who won silver in the 2012 London Olympics road race.

Nrc.nl De Wrap: hoe maak je een kokosnoot open en heel veel soorten sambal Volgens onderzoeksbureau Mintel krijgen consumenten geen genoeg van spicy eten. Maar alleen zeggen dat je product pittig is, is niet meer genoeg. Mensen lezen graag wat voor hitte ze binnenkrijgen.

Sud Ouest Ca va faire du bruit Francos d’Afrique. La premiere édition africaine des Francofolies se tiendra L’institute d’études de marché Mintel nous rassure.

Bakeryandsnacks.com Kellogg and General Mills artificial-free pledge won’t reverse cereal decline, says expert In 2014, the value of the cereal market fell 2%, according to Euromonitor; Minte suggested a 5% drop from 200 9 to 2014.

Nooz.gr Οι Βρετανοί… χάνουν το ενδιαφέρον τους για τσάι Οι πωλήσεις τσαγιού στο Ηνωμένο Βασίλειο σημείωσαν 22% πτώση μεταξύ του 2010 και του 2015, πέφτοντας από τα 97 εκατομμύρια κιλά στα 76 εκατομμύρια κιλά, ανέφερε το ινστιτούτο ερευνών αγοράς Mintel, που προβλέπει ότι αυτή η τάση θα συνεχιστεί και οι πωλήσεις τσαγιού θα πέσουν στα 68,7 εκατομμύρια κιλά μέχρι το 2020.

Neckar Chronik Tea Time Deshalb war es wohl eine größere Überraschung, als die Analysten des Marktforschungsunternehmens Mintel der Welt eröffneten, dass die Verkaufszahlen für schwarzen Tee auf der Insel in den vergangenen fünf Jahren um 22 Prozent gefallen sind, von 97 Millionen Kilogramm auf geschätzte 76 Millionen Kilogramm. Bis 2020 könnten es noch weniger werden.

Nachrichten – Schwäbisches Tagblatt Tübingen Der Verbrauch ist in England stark zurückgegangen Tea Time Deshalb war es wohl eine größere Überraschung, als die Analysten des Marktforschungsunternehmens Mintel der Welt eröffneten, dass die Verkaufszahlen für schwarzen Tee auf der Insel in den vergangenen fünf Jahren um 22 Prozent gefallen sind, von 97 Millionen Kilogramm auf geschätzte 76 Millionen Kilogramm.

Genios Keine Tea Time mehr Deshalb war es wohl eine größere Überraschung, als die Analysten des Marktforschungsunternehmens Mintel der Welt eröffneten, dass die Verkaufszahlen für schwarzen Tee in den vergangenen fünf Jahren um 22 Prozent gefallen sind, von 97 Millionen Kilogramm auf geschätzte 76 Millionen Kilogramm. Bis 2020 könnten es noch weniger werden – 68,7 Millionen Kilogramm, prognostiziert Mintel.

Inovar.org Cuenca Ciudad Digital en el concurso de innovación El proyecto Cuenca Ciudad Digital es parte del Concurso nacional de agendas digitales promovido por el Ministerio de Telecomunicaciones y Sociedad de la Información, MINTEL.

Lidovky.cz Tradiční černý čaj už netáhne. Je moc nudný, říkají v Británii Plyne to z průzkumu analytické společnosti Mintel, jehož výsledky zveřejnil zpravodajský server stanice BBC.

Krstarica Tradicija ispijanja čaja u Britaniji gubi bitku sa voćem Prodaja tradicionalnog engleskog crnog čaja u Britaniji pala je za 22 odsto od 2010. godine do danas.Britanci su 2010. popili 97 miliona kilograma crnog čaja a očekuje se da ove godine neće popiti više od 76 miliona kilograma, saopštio je institut za proučavanje tržišta Mintel

Butikstrender Téet sinar i Storbritannien Téförsäljningen i dryckens symboliska hemland Storbritannien har rasat med hela 22 procent på fem år. Det visar en undersökning från analysföretaget Mintel.

Neckar Chronik Tea TIme Deshalb war es wohl eine größere Überraschung, als die Analysten des Marktforschungsunternehmens Mintel der Welt eröffneten, dass die Verkaufszahlen für schwarzen Tee auf der Insel in den vergangenen fünf Jahren um 22 Prozent gefallen sind, von 97 Millionen Kilogramm auf geschätzte 76 Millionen Kilogramm. Bis 2020 könnten es noch weniger werden.

Les Marchés Les Britanniques se détourent du thé noir Les ventes de thé au Royaume-Uni ont chuté de 22% entre 2010 et 2015, passant de 97 millions de kg à 76 millions de kg, indique l’institut d’études de marché Mintel.

Frankfurter Rundschau Kopf oder Zahl Das fand die Marktforschungsfirma Mintel herus und erklart sich das neue Desinteresse am inoffiziellen Nationalgetrank der Briten mit der Konkurrenz surch andere Getranke.

Denik.cz Prodej tradičního čaje v Británii v posledních letech klesá Plyne to z průzkumu analytické společnosti Mintel, jehož výsledky zveřejnil zpravodajský server BBC.

Magyarországon.hu Már a britek sem a régiek: kevesebbet teáznak, mint pár éve A hagyományos fekete tea már senkit sem érdekel a többi italhoz képest. Az emberek keresik az izgalmasabb alternatívákat – mondta a lapnak Emma Clifford, a kutatást végző Mintel szakértője, aki szerint a csökkenő keksz- és a sütifogyasztás is a tea vesztét okozza.

Les Marchés Les Britanniques se détournent du thé noir Les ventes de thé au Royaume-Uni ont chuté de 22% entre 2010 et 2015, passant de 97 millions de kg à 76 millions de kg, indique l’institut d’études de marché Mintel.

Novinky.cz Tradiční čaj začíná Brity nudit, spotřeba klesá Plyne to z průzkumu analytické společnosti Mintel, jehož výsledky zveřejnil zpravodajský server BBC.

Diário Digital – Sapo Reino Unido enfrenta queda no consumo de chá Segundo um estudo da empresa de pesquisas Mintel, entre 2010 e 2015, a quantidade de chá vendida no Reino Unido sofreu uma queda de 22%, passando de 97 milhões de quilos para 76 milhões.

NOL.hu Lassan lefőzi a kávé a teát a briteknél Nem mintha a forró italok piacának másik reprezentánsa, a kávé fogyasztása mentes lenne a mellékhatásoktól, de a Mintel piackutató felmérése szerint erre az emberek nem sokat adnak.

Ekonomia rp.pl Wielka Brytania przestaje pić herbatę 654 mln dol. – wynika z danych zebranych przez Mintel, dostawcę badań rynkowych.

EL Periodico de Aragon El té negro, en horas bajas Entre el 2010 y el 2015 han pasado de 97 millionnes de kilos a 76 millones segun el instituto de estudios de mercado Mintel.

El Periodico de Aragon El té negro, en horas bajas Entre el 2010 y el 2015 han pasado de 97 millionnes de kilos a 76 millones segun el instituto de estudios de mercado Mintel.

Palo.gr Οι Βρετανοί άρχισαν να σνομπάρουν το μαύρο τσάι Οι πωλήσεις τσαγιού στο Ηνωμένο Βασίλειο σημείωσαν 22% πτώση μεταξύ του 2010 και του 2015, πέφτοντας από τα 97 εκατομμύρια κιλά στα 76 εκατομμύρια κιλά, ανέφερε το ινστιτούτο ερευνών αγοράς Mintel, που προβλέπει ότι αυτή η τάση θα συνεχιστεί και οι πωλήσεις τσαγιού θα πέσουν στα 68,7 εκατομμύρια κιλά μέχρι το 2020.

Bakeryandsnacks.com Ackman investment in Mondelez: ‘Maybe this is the shake up it needs,’ says innovation expert Ackman’s firm Perishing Square Capital Management last week annouced it had acquired the $5.5bn take in Mondelez, a move Lynn Dornblaser, director of innovation and insight at Mintel said should spark change the company needs.

Il Fatto Alimentare Tè: le vendite calano in Gran Bretagna, ma rimane la bevanda calda più popolare tra i britannici Le vendite di tè sono calate del 6% negli ultimi cinque anni in Regno Unito, come riporta l’agenzia di analisi di mercato Mintel.

DiaCaf.com Tot mai puțini britanici țin la tradiția ceaiului negru Vânzările de ceai în Marea Britanie au scăzut cu 22% între 2010 și 2015, de la 97 de milioane de kilograme la 76 de milioane, arată institutul de studiere a pieței Mintel, care se așteaptă la continuarea acestei scăderi, la 68,7 milioane de kilograme în 2020.

Capital.gr 3G Capital’s Brands Lose Market Share Amid Focus on Costs 3G hasn’t “done anything revolutionary or groundbreaking that worked” with Heinz products, said David Turner, food analyst at market researcher Mintel.

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Valor Economico 3 G Capital põe foco em corte de custos, mas suas marcas perdem mercado A 3G nao fez nada revolucionario ou inovador que deu certo com os produtos da Heinz, diz David Turner, analista do setor de alimentos da firma de pesquisas de mercado Mintel.

Fusões e Aquisições 3G Capital se concentra em cortes de custos, mas suas marcas perdem mercado A 3G não “fez nada revolucionário ou inovador que deu certo” com os produtos da Heinz, diz David Turner, analista do setor de alimentos da firma de pesquisas de mercado Mintel.

A Tribuna Santos Perfumaria II Vários segmentos da economia estao enfrentando retração, mas o setor de higiene pessoal, perfumaria e cosmeticos continuara crescendo (…) É isso que demonstra o recém-lançado relatório da Mintel 2015, Brazilian Lifestyles 2015.

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