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

US

Wall Street Journal Water, Water Everywhere–in Bottles A lot of interest is being generated by a new consumer obsession: Hydration. In a December poll by Mintel, 29% of bottled water drinkers said they would “feel strange’’ not always having water with them. That helped Hidrate Inc., a start-up by University of Minnesota students, raise more than $600,000 on the crowdfunding site Kickstarter this year to finance a bottle that tracks how much water you’re drinking and sends alerts to your smartphone.

MSN.com The Flood of Bottled Water A lot of interest is being generated by a new consumer obsession: Hydration. In a December poll by Mintel, 29% of bottled water drinkers said they would “feel strange’’ not always having water with them. That helped Hidrate Inc., a start-up by University of Minnesota students, raise more than $600,000 on the crowdfunding site Kickstarter this year to finance a bottle that tracks how much water you’re drinking and sends alerts to your smartphone.

Chicago Tribune Only half of U.S. singles have a retirement savings account The population of single people is rising, but along with that growth comes a troubling statistic about their retirement savings accounts: Only 51 percent of unattached people have one, according to a study released Wednesday by Mintel. That’s far less than people who are living with a partner or who are married, the research firm said. Retirement savings accounts have been set up, in contrast, by 68 percent of people living with a partner and 84 percent of married adults.

Bloomberg Only half of U.S. singles have a retirement savings account The population of single people is rising, but along with that growth comes a troubling statistic about their retirement savings accounts: Only 51 percent of unattached people have one, according to a study released Wednesday by Mintel. That’s far less than people who are living with a partner or who are married, the research firm said. Retirement savings accounts have been set up, in contrast, by 68 percent of people living with a partner and 84 percent of married adults.

NBC New York Starbucks to Offer Wine, Macaroni and Cheese Starbucks said its customers are twice as likely to prefer craft beer. Also, 70 percent of Starbucks customers drink wine as opposed to 30 percent of the general population, according to Mintel Insights for Wine, January 2014 and Mintel Insights for Craft Beer, June 2014.

Brandchannel Starbucks Evenings Expands Alcohol-Infused Day-Part Strategy in USStarbucks customers are also wine enthusiasts: 70 percent of Starbucks customers drink wine, as compared to 30 percent of the general U.S. population, according to Mintel Insights for Wine, January 2014. Providing another occasion for these customers to visit Starbucks during the evening hours was natural for Starbucks – giving them a place to start and end their day.

Nation’s Restaurant News Starbucks to expand Evenings program with beer, wine Starbucks estimates that 70 percent of its coffee customers also drink wine, compared with 30 percent of the general U.S. population, citing data from Mintel Insights in January 2014. Starbucks customers are also two times more likely to drink craft beer compared with the national average, Mintel said.

Chinadaily US Edition PepsiCo launches oats-based dairy drinks Cross-category drinks have been a trend among beverage producers to break the traditional boundaries and to meet the diversified demands from consumers in China, according to Julia Lee, food & drink analyst with Mintel.

CSPnet.com Crafting a New Image A growing number of consumers see new value in CSDs—particularly natural, craft varieties, according to new research from Chicago-based Mintel. Increased craft consumption is due in part to its appeal to consumers turning away from regular CSDs, but it’s also driven by those looking for alternatives to alcohol beverages, Mintel said in the report “Carbonated Soft Drinks: Spotlight on Natural/Craft U.S. 2015.”

Specialty Food Association Botanical Beverages on the Rise Ginger is popping up in more new products around the globe, specifically with ginger-derived ingredients like ginger juice or ginger oil. So far in 2015, 12.7 percent of total carbonated soft drink launches in the U.K. contained ginger extract, compared to 3.3 percent in 2010, according to Mintel. Ginger is popular not only for its flavor, but also its health benefits. It is said to have relaxation benefits, as well as helping with digestive health and weight management.

Beverage Daily MillerCoors getting into RTD alcoholic beverage game at the right time: Mintel Beth Bloom, food and drink analyst at Mintel, told BeverageDaily that MillerCoors is getting into the ready-to-drink (RTD) alcoholic beverage market at the right time, as this kind of new product development is an attention-grabber.

Yahoo! News Starbucks dives deep into cold brew coffee Iced coffee, in particular, is a trend that caters to the taste of a younger generation: 38% of those aged 18 to 24, compared with 11% in the 55-to-64 bracket, drink iced coffee, according to market research firm Mintel. And coffeehouses are capitalizing on these shifting preferences. Cold-served java’s share of all coffee in U.S. coffeehouses and restaurant menus increased from 19% in 2009 to 24% in 2013.

The Gourmet Retailer How Hot Is Cold Brew? According to Mintel, the percentage of coffee shops and restaurants serving iced coffee rose from 19 percent in 2009 to 24 percent in 2013. With a new brew method that results in a different flavor profile, the percentage is likely to continue increasing.

Chinadaily US Edition Price needs to be right in battle against the coffee chains “With rising costs, teahouses have had to aim at upmarket consumers, who will pay more for expensive tea, food and service, in order to develop as businesses,” Matthew Crabbe, Asia-Pacific research director of Mintel Group Ltd, a market intelligence agency based in the United Kingdom, said in a report on Chinese teahouses and coffee shops.

MediaPost For Men, Facial Skincare Is The Final Frontier Mintel reports that men in the U.S. spent some $4.1 billion on personal care products in 2014. Of course, most of that — 65% — went to purchase the very most basic items, including antiperspirants, deodorants, bar soap and shaving products. But hair and skincare purchases have been gaining, it says, with more than half of the men in its survey reporting concerns about aging or other skin problems.

Cosmetics Design North America MAC cosmetics line targets consumers wanting to resemble their pooches Data from Mintel suggests that many of these households have disposable income to spend on items such as dog or pet spas, parlours, toys and increasingly elaborate and sophisticated accessories such as leads, collars, coats and even jewelry.

Cosmetics Design North America Key drivers for beauty? Online sales and male grooming, new study claims Mintel research shows that 3 out of every 4 young American men prefer to buy personal care products online, where they can shop on their items, without being intimidated or feeling inhibited by their indulgence.

Cosmetics Design North America Celebrity status not enough for today’s make-up consumer According to new research from Mintel, 44% of UK consumers would side towards this, followed by an individual who is known for being a strong female role model (28%) and one who is known for their beauty (23%).

Natural Products Insider Global Scent Trends in Beauty, Personal Care In this INSIDER Q&A, Mintel’s Brazil beauty analyst Juliana Martins discusses the latest global scents trends in beauty and personal care, offering tips for how to market fragrances effectively.

Associated Press Students have more say in back-to-school buys 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 for their children than when they are shopping for themselves. Eighty-four percent of parents with children ages 6 to 11 said they sometimes or often ask their kids’ opinion when buying clothing for them, Mintel’s survey said.

Retail Customer Experience Back-to-school report: Consumers delaying shopping to save, attain better deals New research reveals 42 percent of shoppers say it takes several retail shopping trips and more than half, 55 percent, claim they get better deals if they wait until after school starts. The Mintel research also states nearly all parents, 88 percent, are using coupons to save when buying back-to-school items.

eMarketer Females Get Fashionable In-Store, but Digital Trend Grows Research released in June 2015 by Mintel and Lightspeed GMI estimated that US women’s apparel sales would rise 14.5% between 2014 and 2019, from $121.8 billion to $139.0 billion. While much of that spending will likely take place in-store, recent research suggests female shoppers rely on digital plenty of the time.

Retail Dive Women prefer to buy in-store, but digital gaining ground A poll from Mintel and Lightspeed GMI found that women are more likely to buy apparel in-store than via digital channels for retailers that offer both. 74% said they use digital technologies to identify and research items before visiting a brick-and-mortar location to buy.

CCTV America New regulations cap daily online purchases China’s central bank proposed stricter rules that will limit the daily amount consumers can pay from accounts with Alibaba’s Alipay, Tencent’s Tenpay, and other online payment companies. According to research company Mintel, that could affect about 96% of Chinese online shoppers who have used mobile payments in the past. Still, many users appear unconcerned.

Crain’s Chicago Business We all do scream for ice cream The value of ice cream and frozen novelties sold at retail gained 10 percent from 2010 to 2015, which represents zero growth when adjusted for inflation, according to Mintel, a London-based market researcher. In surveys, 19 percent of consumers say they’re buying less because they consider ice cream unhealthy, Mintel said.

Washington Post Another Scoop of Ice Cream for Americans Re-Embracing Dairy Fat The value of ice cream and frozen novelties sold at retail gained 10 percent from 2010 to 2015, which represents zero growth when adjusted for inflation, according to Mintel, a London-based market researcher. In surveys, 19 percent of consumers say they’re buying less because they consider ice cream unhealthy, Mintel said.

Bloomberg Another Scoop of Ice Cream for Americans Re-Embracing Dairy Fat The value of ice cream and frozen novelties sold at retail gained 10 percent from 2010 to 2015, which represents zero growth when adjusted for inflation, according to Mintel, a London-based market researcher. In surveys, 19 percent of consumers say they’re buying less because they consider ice cream unhealthy, Mintel said.

Yahoo! Finance Another Scoop of Ice Cream for Americans Re-Embracing Dairy Fat The value of ice cream and frozen novelties sold at retail gained 10 percent from 2010 to 2015, which represents zero growth when adjusted for inflation, according to Mintel, a London-based market researcher. In surveys, 19 percent of consumers say they’re buying less because they consider ice cream unhealthy, Mintel said.

Food Navigator USA Americans are united in their love for ice cream, but divided over their favorite flavors Mintel noted in a recent blog post that salted caramel and salted vanilla flavor combinations for ice cream are among the latest flavor innovations.

Yahoo! Finance Chocolate demand melts in China as stocks and bribes decline “These small players are getting more popular online,” said Xu Ruyi, head of research at Mintel China. Revving up sales may not be easy in the short term. Past growth was built partly on expanding sales to new consumers in second- and third-tier cities in China, but now those places are saturated and chocolate makers must convince Chinese consumers simply to eat more, said Xu at Mintel.

Reuters Chocolate demand melts in China as stocks and bribes decline “These small players are getting more popular online,” said Xu Ruyi, head of research at Mintel China. Revving up sales may not be easy in the short term. Past growth was built partly on expanding sales to new consumers in second- and third-tier cities in China, but now those places are saturated and chocolate makers must convince Chinese consumers simply to eat more, said Xu at Mintel.

Bloomberg Free burger anyone? New McDonald’s app aims for daily deals According to a study by market research firm Mintel, out-of-store ordering and payment increased 11 percent in 2014, when compared to 2013.

MarketWatch The No. 1 restaurant for ‘breakfastarians’ is … Breakfast is a hot commodity not only at McDonald’s but also at many restaurants nationwide. Breakfast sales rose over 5% to $27.4 billion in 2013 at quick-service and fast casual restaurants, according to research firm Mintel.

U.S. News & World Report Savvy Snacking Can Be Good for Your Waist If you snack daily, you’re among friends. A recent survey conducted by Mintel uncovered that: Interestingly, about one-third of those surveyed are snacking on more healthier foods than they did last year, yet the majority of those in the study also wished they had more healthy snack options. These folks are hunting for nibbles that are both nutrient-rich and calorie-controlled.

Yahoo! News Savvy Snacking Can Be Good for Your Waist If you snack daily, you’re among friends. A recent survey conducted by Mintel uncovered that: Interestingly, about one-third of those surveyed are snacking on more healthier foods than they did last year, yet the majority of those in the study also wished they had more healthy snack options. These folks are hunting for nibbles that are both nutrient-rich and calorie-controlled.

Food Dive Snack attack: How quick eats are revolutionizing the industry When 94% of Americans admit to snacking at least once a day, snacks are a difficult industry to maneuver. According to the same Mintel report, half of adults snack two to three times a day, and 70% believe that any food can be a snack. With numbers like that, it’s no surprise food companies are taking action.

IFT.org Eating Regional Tops Trends in Barbecue According to Mintel, consumers are still getting to know different regional peppers, and 33 percent of Americans would like menu items to call out the specific peppers being used in dishes.

Food Navigator USA Bitter emerges as a new flavor trend that could aid sodium reduction efforts Increasing consumer interest in bitter flavors could help manufacturers regain momentum on sodium reduction initiatives, many of which are stalled due to the common perception that less salt equals less flavor, suggests market research from Mintel.

Meat + Poultry Deli in Demand US sales of perimeter-of-the-store food items were $296 billion this past year, says Patricia Johnson, global food analyst for Mintel International, almost a 15 percent increase over 2009 sales. “Growth is attributed to increasing consumer interest in fresh and healthy foods, as well as prepared foods,” she says.

The Daily Meal Hot Dogs Joining Burger Bar Menus According to Paul Pendola, foodservice industry analyst at Mintel, there has been a 6% increase in quick-service menu appearances by hot dogs over the past three years. Sausages are up 5%.

Packaging Digest The NFC challengeDavid Luttenberger, global packaging directorat consumer insights leader Mintel, has a bit more tempered view of NFC’s future in packaging applications.

Beauty Packaging Thinking Outside—and Inside—the Carton Thinking Outside and Inside the Carton Mintel analyst shows how beauty brands are making the most of secondary packaging..

Beauty Packaging Leveraging Packaging Space in Beauty Products The insides of carton packaging, and the inserts you often find there, may seem uninteresting and an easy space to overlook. However with a little imagination and careful thought about how consumers access products via the outer carton, this space offers a myriad of opportunities to extend brand messaging and create meaningful brand moments.

Associated Press A cooking primer for exotic grains 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 & Nutrition Magazine Are Sprouted Grains Ready for the Limelight? By and large, sprouted grains are a new concept to most Americans, but they may be the next big trend in baking and snack foods. According to Mintel data, 19 new sprouted-grain products were introduced in 2014. Although this may seem like a small number, experts project it is only the beginning of the trend.

Huffington Post WTF Is Nooch?! And Other Vegan Lingo Explained More people are opting for vegan alternatives that provide the same texture without the fatty or cloying sensations sometimes found with animal products. Mintel Reports research found that 43 percent of Americans are willing to try a dairy-free cheese as a healthy alternative to their usual cheddar.

Food Navigator USA Spirals of success: Vegetable pasta is on the rise With sales of traditional pasta falling across Europe, homemade ‘spiralised’ vegetables are an increasingly popular alternative – but analysts say there is potential for food manufacturers too.

Wall Street Journal Food Goes ‘GMO Free’ With Same Ingredients Of the 33,000 newly launched products that market-research firm Mintel adds to its global database each month, 3.8% of food and beverage products included a GMO-free claim on the package last year, up from 1.6% in 2010.

CNBC Should doctors prescribe e-cigarettes? The discussion on whether e-cigarettes are healthy is still a matter for great debate. In March, Mintel published a report revealing 82 percent of e-cigarette users surveyed use the device to kill their smoking addiction; while non-smokers weren’t attracted to the mechanism.

Forbes Move Over Millennials, Generation Z Is In Charge Generation Z, defined loosely as the group born beginning in the late 1990s, stands to dwarf the Millennial generation and will ultimately number close to 80 million, according to the U.S. Census. Mintel puts their spending power at close to $200 billion annually when you factor in their influence on parental or household purchases. And Gen Z is just starting to really exert that influence, as evidenced by the current back-to-school shopping season. Roughly 9.7% of adults say their child influences 100% of what they buy , up from 7.6% last year.

Advertising Age Not Just Millennials: Consumers Want Experiences, Not Things Various psychological studies are showing that all people — not just millennials — are happier when their money is spent on living, rather than on having. Mintel’s 2015 American Lifestyles report projects that over the next five years, total spending will grow by nearly 22%, with the so‐called “non‐essential” categories, including vacations and dining out, expected to see the greatest gains.

Business 2 Community How To Recruit Top Talent Interns for Your Company According to 2015 Mintel Research Reports, over 25% of millennials believe that companies and brands who don’t communicate with their customers using technology are outdated. So, get on social media and start tweeting or instagramming about opening positions, what your business is about and why they should want to work for you. The more you interact with your potential clients the more they are likely to interact with you!

Food Navigator USA Kashi develops ‘overnight oats’ cup and sweet potato cereal Kashi’s muesli to soak overnight and sweet potato cereal hit on important consumer trends and could take off, says one innovation expert.

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. About 40% of consumers already drink natural sodas, particularly parents and millennials.

UK

The Sunday Times Sleek just doesn’t cut it, so make a mess of your hair Shoppers appear to be taking the trend rather more literally. According to Mintel, the market research company, sales of styling products are declining.

The Guardian The shape of things to come? The lack of diversity in menswear is at odds with average male sizes. Research from Mintel shows that a fifth of British men have a 38-inch waist. “The other problem is that there is this feeling that in films and on TV, large men are the comic stereotype,” says Freeman. “It’s sort of emasculating.

BBC 2 Dragons’ Den, 20:35, BBC 2  “I, like 50% of those surveyed by Mintel, when I don’t want to eat meat, don’t want to eat meat substitute products”.

The Sunday Times Call for big bucks to dish up deer farms Earlier this year, a report by Mintel, the market research firm, highlighted British game as one of the world’s top 50 consumer growth markets due to the success of venison as an alternative to mainstream red meats. It is a favourite among top chefs such as Ian Brown, Jamie Oliver, Andrew Fairlie, and Albert Roux, who serves up roasted saddle of venison at Andy Murray’s Cromlix hotel.

The Guardian Meet the small craft producers serving up vodka with a twist In the year to September 2014 vodka was drunk by 47% of UK adults, according to Mintel, though 34% of them mixed the spirit with a soft drink.

The Independent With their cost to the NHS rising, are we becoming intolerant of coeliacs? But these figures do not match the numbers who are avoiding gluten. Mintel, the consumer research company, has reported that seven per cent of UK adults now saw they avoid gluten because of an intolerance and a further eight per cent do so as part of a choice of diet or lifecycle.

BBC News How video-on-demand tech is changing the TV landscape Forecasts from Mintel suggest that UK streaming video subscription revenues will rocket from £437m to £1.17bn between 2014 and 2019 as users more than double.

The Independent Coeliac disease: Patient groups defend NHS spending on gluten-free food for sufferers But these figures do not match the numbers who are avoiding gluten. Mintel, the consumer research company, has reported that seven per cent of UK adults now say they avoid gluten because of an intolerance and a further eight per cent do so as part of a choice of diet or lifestyle.

The Guardian Fairtrade tea is ‘bringing light’ to a community in Kenya Analysts Mintel have just announced that sales of the standard teabag have fallen by 13% over the past three years.

The Daily Telegraph British milk crisis: what can you do to help dairy farmers? Given market research firm Mintel found 51 per cent of people would be prepared to pay more than £1 for four pints of milk – when normal prices can be as little as 89p – it seems we’re okay with the idea of championing those who feed us. What can you do to help?

The Guardian UK gym membership spending up by 44% Mintel said: “Nearly four-fifths of UK adults have set themselves at least one health or fitness goal, yet only 12% currently use a gym. However, the indications for the private health and fitness club sector remain promising, with the continued rise of budget gyms helping to break down the barriers associated with more established clubs – namely cost, location and the commitment of entering long-term contracts.”

The Sunday Telegraph Increasing numbers of over – 55s are boosting their retirement finances These two most popular reasons emphasis how equity release is used by people to enhance their lifestyles, rather than simply to make ends meet.* *Equity release schemes, Mintel May 2015

Bloomberg Businessweek Things Are About to Get Ugly at Kraft But changing consumers’ preceptions of brands that have been around so long is hard, says Billy Roberts, a food analyst at researcher Mintel Group. “Removing artificial ingredients is one thing,” he says.

Metro Wine and larger are the UK’s favourite tipples The sale of alcohol rose by 11 per cent between 2010 and 2014, according to analyst Mintel, with dark, golden and spiced rum showing the fastest growth.

The Daily Telegraph Sweet deal for Just Bee drinks as it attracts luxury shops The flavoured water business is worth £171m in the UK, according to Mintel, and growing at 15pc per yer.

Bloomberg Europe The Pulse Richard Perks talks to Bloomberg’s The Pulse on the latest UK retail sales figures for July.

Daily Mail The ‘bespoke’ Big Mac takes on gourmet rivals: McDonald’s fans can now use touchscreens to remove or add ingredients to their burgers The news of the changes by McDonald’s came as research by retail analysts Mintel shows a significant shift towards ‘better burgers.

The Telegraph Popcorn explosion drives growth in UK snacks market This echoes a recent report from market research firm Mintel, which shows that UK sales of popcorn rose by 40pc to £105m last year. Meanwhile, the value of the crisps market dropped by 2pc, with Walkers suffering a 4.4pc slump over the past year.

The Daily Telegraph Thousands of pensioners face mounting funeral fees If costs continue to increase at this rate, funeral fees are expected to reach more than £5400 by 2021. ONS/Mintel

Mail On Sunday Hair loss, chronic exhaustion and even mental breakdowns: These three women ruined their health by giving up meat Market research firm Mintel found nearly a quarter of people have cut their intake, while 10 per cent now eat little or no meat.

Sky News Chocolate Demand Melts Away As Prices Rise But yes, demand is falling, dropping by 1% last year, according to data from market research firm Mintel. The reasons behind this are twofold. Firstly, the negative publicity surrounding sugar and its health implications “has not gone unnoticed by chocolate confectionery eaters, with 28% saying the high sugar content of chocolate makes them limit the amount they eat”, Mintel said.

Daily Mail The ‘bespoke’ Big Mac takes on gourmet rivals: McDonald’s fans can now use touchscreens to remove or add ingredients to their burgers The news of the changes by McDonald’s came as research by retail analysts Mintel shows a significant shift towards ‘better burgers.

Telegraph.co.uk Barbie back in fashion after swapping heels for flats A spokesman for Mintel said: “Barbie is constantly evolving to stay relevant to the current generation of children and the diversity is a reflection of what girls see in the classroom and around them.”

Daily Mail Women who ruined their health by giving up meat Market research firm Mintel found nearly a quarter of people have cut their intake, while 10 per cent now eat little or no meat.

Daily Mail Are fish oil pills to keep your brain young just CODSWALLOP? The ‘worried well’ spend an estimated £60 million on the supplements every year in the UK, tempted by the vast range of formulations that crowd the shelves of chemists and health shops. More than a quarter of us have taken cod-liver oil in the past 12 months, according to the market analysts Mintel.

Mirror.co.uk Flippin’ eck! Sales of posh burgers set to top £3.2BILLION by end of year According to research by market analysts Mintel, the hunger for thicker patties with a homemade taste and more exotic toppings has seen almost one in ten switch from high street burger bars like McDonald’s and Burger King to a swanky diner.

Mail On Sunday Rising numbers of body-conscious middle-aged men in Lycra are having varicose vein surgery to avoid getting ‘grandpa legs’ In fact, recent research from Mintel suggests men are taking more of an interest in their personal.

Stylist Who’s afraid of the big bad tap One in six bottle water drinkers choose it because they think it has fewer impurities and hte same number think it’s generally better for them, according to Mintel.

Mirror.co.uk Clappy Meal: McDonald’s launches futuristic touchscreen kiosks in UK outlets “Gourmet burgers have prospered during the economic downturn through their status as an affordable meal that still offers indulgence,” said Richard Ford, a senior food and drink analyst at Mintel.

The Grocer Ooh la la! Sexy French granola and eggy oats top global top 10 GNPD: Product descriptions

The Grocer Digital Feature: 10 Things You Need To Know About… Bread & Baked Goods Top 10 global launches. With the help of Mintel, we scour the globe to find the most innovative launches in hot beverages from the past year.

The Grocer NPD plummets as rationalisation squeezes ranges Mintel data shows the number of new food launches fell 33.6% year on year (12 months to June 2015), an accelration of a three- year trend that saw food NPD fall 18.7% in 2014, and 10.7% in 2013.

The Grocer 10 Things You Need To Know About… Breakfast Ooh la la! Sexy French granola and eggy gruel top global NPD list. With the help of MIntel, we’ve been scoruing the shelves of the world’s supermarkets to find the hottest breakfast innovations. So what’s made the list?

The Grocer As drinkers cut back, booze brands must look to push posh Brits are eager to cut down on the booze, new research from Mintel shows.

The Grocer FrieslandCampina to pump £25m into new healthy yoghurt drink Barney added just 6% of yoghurt shoppers currently consumed it as a snack on the move (Mintel 2014)- which suggested a big gap in the market to exploit.

The Grocer Hot desserts go soft That’s not to say suppliers, traditional or otherwise, can afford to be complacent. Hot desserts are under pressure from healthy eating trends, with a growing number of consumers switching to yoghurt says Emma Clifford, senior food analyst at Mintel. “Challengingly for desserts, the competition from yoghurts is intensifying,” she says.

Marketing Magazine Is the ‘quantified self’ phenomenon effecting brands like Coke and Pepsi? Jenny Zegler, Mintel’s global food and drink analyst says that declining sales across the category reflect the fact that consumers are embracing variety to support them in tracking what they consume.

Chinadaily European PepsiCo launches oats-based dairy drink Cross-category drinks have been a trend among beverage producers to break the traditional boundaries and to meet the diversified demands from consumers in China, according to Julia Lee, food & drink analyst with Mintel Information Consulting (Shanghai) Co Ltd.

Get The Gloss Is gluten-free skincare just a gimmick? According to a Mintel report called ‘Gluten-free beauty is on the rise’ in 2013, the rates of beauty products positioning themselves as gluten-free were shown to be on the up with people trying to find more holistic ways of addressing their conditions.

FoodBev.com Research suggests ‘a fifth of drinkers’ looking to cut back Research from Mintel has suggested that almost one in five British drinkers expects to reduce their consumption of alcohol during the next year, with only 5% expecting to drink more.

Chinadaily European Price needs to be right in battle against the coffee chains “With rising costs, teahouses have had to aim at upmarket consumers, who will pay more for expensive tea, food and service, in order to develop as businesses,” Matthew Crabbe, Asia-Pacific research director of Mintel Group Ltd, a market intelligence agency based in the United Kingdom, said in a report on Chinese teahouses and coffee shops

Get The Gloss Hot flush: sales of blusher and bronzer are up by 12% Strobing may be the new contouring, but consumers are still turning to Kim Kardashian for makeup inspiration. Sales of blushes and bronzing products grew by 12% between 2013 and 2014, according to a study by Mintel, and researchers expect the industry to be worth £83 million by the end of 2015.

Yahoo! News UK & Ireland Chocolate demand melts in China as stocks and bribes decline These small players are getting more popular online,” said Xu Ruyi, head of research at Mintel China. Revving up sales may not be easy in the short term. Past growth was built partly on expanding sales to new consumers in second- and third-tier cities in China, but now those places are saturated and chocolate makers must convince Chinese consumers simply to eat more, said Xu at Mintel.

Daily Mirror Bottling it as booze prices get sobering Despite the nation’s resolve to cut back on the booze, Mintel said the £43 billion drinks industry would hit £50 billion by 2020 as drinkers were now looking for quality, rather than quantity.

GQ.com Can’t stop shopping? You’re not alone Fashion experts at Mintel say the UK menswear market grew a whopping 18 per cent between 2008 and 2013 .

Food Manufacturer Britons to drink alcohol, as health worries rise More Britons are cutting back on booze, reveals new research from Mintel, as warnings about the dangers of even moderate alcohol consumption rise.

International Business Times UK Adventurous Chinese holidaymakers search for extreme thrills abroad says new data Analysis of consumer trends by Mintel found that 16% of urban Chinese consumers say they would be interested in doing extreme sports whilst on holiday.

Food and Drink Business.com Britain on The Wagon While alcoholic drinks remain a core part of many adults’ food and drink repertoires, new research from Mintel reveals almost one in five (17%) British drinkers expect to reduce their consumption over the next year, with saving money being the number one reason for cutting back.

Meatinfo.co.uk Better burgers on the menu According to Mintel, sales in the overall burger bar market are expected to post growth of 4.5% to £3.2 billion in 2015 and a growth of 19% predicted between 2015 and 2020 to reach £3.8bn.

FoodBev.com Interview: Propercorn co-founder Cassandra Stavrou In 2014, popcorn sales in the UK increased by 40% to £104m compared to 2013, according to market intelligence agency Mintel, and the average Briton now eats around 5kg of popcorn every year

Convenience Store TV show promises to give baking sales a lift 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

Asian Trader Grab a slice of bread’s resurgence Moreover, research from Mintel suggests that pockets of the sector, such as premium loaves, are actually bucking the decline and growing very fast.

Asian Trader Cashing in on the school spend According to Mintel research, the pressure seems to have worked. Children have cut back on the volume of their snacking on crisps, sweets and chocolate since 2006.

Off Licence News Although the economy is showing signs of picking up, according to the latest Mintel report on drinking in the home there are still more consumers drinking alcohol at home than in the pub, which is good news for convenience retailers.

Off Licence News Big night in figures 60% of adults drink at home at lease once a week (Mintel)

Meat Trades Journal For the love of the game Mintel claims the game category grew up 9% between 2013 and 2014, with venison driving sales forward.

Deadline News Venison expert calls for multi-million pound investment into deer farms Earlier this year, a report by Mintel, the market research firm, highlighted British game as one of the world’s top 50 consumer growth markets.

Off Licence News It’s oh so quiet: How to turn a night in into a big occasion Although the economy is showing signs of picking up, according to the latest Mintel report on drinking in the home there are still more consumers drinking alcohol at home than in the pub, which is good news for convenience retailers.

Food Processing Quality comes first for Wrights In the 23 years that Wright has been at the helm, the business has grown from a turnover of £2 million to £44 million. “We’ve learned a lot in the years between,” Wright explains. “And we’re not afraid to invest to grow the company. We do a lot of Mintel data research and we talk to our consumers and customers to find out what they want, when they want it and how they want it.”

Private Equity 3G’s Brands lose market share David Turner, food analyst at market research Mintel, said: 3D hasn’t “Done anything revolutionary or groundbreaking that worked” with Heinz products.

Pub and Bar Symonds Founder’s Reserve: A premium profit opportunity ripe for the picking Three in five UK adults now drink cider and the value of cider sales is expected to rise to £3.7bn in the UK by 2017.

CANADA

Yahoo! News Canada Chocolate Demand Melts Away As Prices Rise But yes, demand is falling, dropping by 1% last year, according to data from market research firm Mintel. The reasons behind this are twofold. Firstly, the negative publicity surrounding sugar and its health implications “has not gone unnoticed by chocolate confectionery eaters, with 28% saying the high sugar content of chocolate makes them limit the amount they eat,” Mintel said. The other reason behind the slowing demand has been an increase in chocolate bar prices.

Yahoo! Canada Canadian Diet Pepsi still has aspartame: Is that better or worse than the new U.S. Diet Pepsi? Joel Gregoire, food and beverage senior analyst at Mintel, says that while soft drink consumption has been challenged in recent years, nearly nine in 10 Canadians state that they drank at least one carbonated soft drink (CSD) in the past month. Further to that, 43 per cent of Canadians state that they’ve turned to a diet cola like Diet Coke or Pepsi or Coke Zero at least once over the same period. “When asked about their perception of CSDs in relation or other drinks such as juice, water, etc… 62 per cent of consumers cite ‘artificial’ as being top of mind,” he says adding that “it makes sense for manufacturers to take a more ‘natural’ approach to sweetening their beverages.”

Toronto Star Ice cream becoming cool again as dairy fat health scare recedes The value of ice cream and frozen novelties sold at retail gained 10 percent from 2010 to 2015, which represents zero growth when adjusted for inflation, according to Mintel, a London-based market researcher. In surveys, 19 percent of consumers say they’re buying less because they consider ice cream unhealthy, Mintel said.

CHINA

ICS Chinese online payment Matthew Crabbe, director of Asia Pacific research at Mintel, interviewed by ICS TV on online payment preferences in China.

ICS Infant formula price fall Ruyi Xu, head of China research at Mintel, interviewed by ICS China on the impact of infant formula price falls in China.

南方日报 肌肤也要“抗污染” 知名市场调查公司英敏特的数据也显示,护肤化妆品抗污染这一产品诉求在2011年到2013年间增长了63%。据其推测,到2030年,世界环境污染程度还将加倍,消费者对这方面产品的需求将不言而喻。

Qdaily 轻口味水是如何流行起来的? 事实上,在一些发达国家,轻口味水已经发展为较成熟的品类。根据英敏特的估算,它在美国、德国和英国的零售量分别占比 8%、9% 和 19%。相比之下,在中国仍算是新兴的小众产品。

Campaign Asia How Chinese consumers interact with online video advertising In the ‘Dive Video’ study, OMD China, Admaster and Mintel explored both watching behaviour and advertising effectiveness.

China Daily PepsiCo launches oats-based dairy drinks Cross-category drinks have been a trend among beverage producers to break the traditional boundaries and to meet the diversified demands from consumers in China, according to Julia Lee, food & drink analyst with Mintel Information Consulting (Shanghai) Co Ltd.

China Daily Price is the key With rising costs, teahouses have had to aim at upmarket consumers, who will pay more for expensive tea, food and service, in order to develop as businesses,” Matthew Crabbe, Asia-Pacific research director of Mintel Group Ltd, a market intelligence agency based in the United Kingdom, said in a report on Chinese teahouses and coffee shops.

Xinhua News PepsiCo launches oats-based dairy drinks Cross-category drinks have been a trend among beverage producers to break the traditional boundaries and to meet the diversified demands from consumers in China, according to Julia Lee, food & drink analyst with Mintel Information Consulting (Shanghai) Co Ltd.

中国食品 推进有机绿色农业生产模式 保障娃娃食品安全从地头做起 据英敏特中国发布的《有机食品偏好2015》报告显示,在2014年我国新上市的有机食品中,有机婴幼儿食品的占比最大,已从2010年的3%攀升至23%。不过相较于一些发达国家,中国的有机婴幼儿食品仍处于萌芽阶段。该报告调查数据显示,发达国家中,有机食品在有儿童的家庭(年龄在0—6岁)中渗透率突破71%;48%的父母表示他们购买的绝大多数的婴幼儿食品是有机食品;80%的父母表示,有兴趣亲自参加有机食品的培育和采摘。

21食品商务网 各大乳企欲扩大酸奶产品销售 争夺酸奶市场份额 英敏特高级研究分析师顾菁表示,中国消费者越来越崇尚更健康的饮食习惯,这就推高了人们对健康食品的消费,比如以高营养价值著称的酸奶。同时,酸奶的美味特质也迎合了消费者对零食的日益增长的需求,并进一步推动了市场零售销售。英敏特数据显示,2013年中国的酸奶人均年消费量为每人1.8公斤,但与欧洲领先市场的人均消费量约为20公斤相比,其人均消费量则要低很多。业内预计,在未来5年内,中国酸奶零售市场将持续增长,2019年的销售量达到412.8万吨,销售额达605亿元人民币。

人民网 食话实说:保健食品成违法添加重灾区 根据市场咨询公司英敏特最新关于酸奶的报告显示,2009至2014年,酸奶总市场销售量实现翻倍,增长了111%。

SINA 酸奶市场增长引发争夺战 预计2019年销售达605亿 根据市场咨询公司英敏特最新关于酸奶的报告显示,2009至2014年,酸奶总市场销售量实现翻倍,增长了111%。

中国网 食话实说:保健食品成违法添加重灾区 根据市场咨询公司英敏特最新关于酸奶的报告显示,2009至2014年,酸奶总市场销售量实现翻倍,增长了111%。

Ringier 英敏特发布最新巧克力研究报告 根据英敏特最新研究报告显示,42%的中国城市消费者认为夹心巧克力是最为浪漫的巧克力类型,且愿意购买此类产品作为礼物送给配偶/恋人。

Daily Times Chocolate demand melts in China as stocks and bribes decline Locally-produced ‘tao’ brands like Amovo or Bouquet are taking off, with 17 per cent of consumers saying they had bought them. “These small players are getting more popular online,” said Xu Ruyi, head of research at Mintel China. – See more at: http://www.soshiok.com/content/chocolate-demand-melts-china-stocks-and-bribes-decline#sthash.Ot5v82lD.dpuf

你好台湾 酸奶市场增长迅速引发争夺战 英敏特高级研究分析师顾菁表示,中国消费者越来越崇尚更健康的饮食习惯,这就推高了人们对健康食品的消费,比如以高营养价值著称的酸奶。同时,酸奶的美味特质也迎合了消费者对零食的日益增长的需求,并进一步推动了市场零售销售。英敏特数据显示,2013年中国的酸奶人均年消费量为每人1.8公斤,但与欧洲领先市场的人均消费量约为20公斤相比,其人均消费量则要低很多。

羊城晚报 有一种酸奶叫“其他没了” 英敏特高级研究分析师顾菁表示,中国消费者越来越崇尚更健康的饮食习惯,这就推高了人们对健康食品的消费,比如以高营养价值著称的酸奶。同时,酸奶的美味特质也迎合了消费者对零食的日益增长的需求,并进一步推动了市场零售销售。英敏特数据显示,2013年中国的酸奶人均年消费量为每人1.8公斤,但与欧洲领先市场的人均消费量约为20公斤相比,其人均消费量则要低很多。

中国经济网 酸奶市場增長迅速引發爭奪戰 英敏特高级研究分析师顾菁表示,中国消费者越来越崇尚更健康的饮食习惯,这就推高了人们对健康食品的消费,比如以高营养价值著称的酸奶。同时,酸奶的美味特质也迎合了消费者对零食的日益增长的需求,并进一步推动了市场零售销售。英敏特数据显示,2013年中国的酸奶人均年消费量为每人1.8公斤,但与欧洲领先市场的人均消费量约为20公斤相比,其人均消费量则要低很多。

中国新闻网 酸奶市場增長迅速引發爭奪戰 英敏特高级研究分析师顾菁表示,中国消费者越来越崇尚更健康的饮食习惯,这就推高了人们对健康食品的消费,比如以高营养价值著称的酸奶。同时,酸奶的美味特质也迎合了消费者对零食的日益增长的需求,并进一步推动了市场零售销售。英敏特数据显示,2013年中国的酸奶人均年消费量为每人1.8公斤,但与欧洲领先市场的人均消费量约为20公斤相比,其人均消费量则要低很多。

麦迪逊邦 浩腾媒体发布《探索网络视频白皮书》,解开网络视频谜团

Global FoodMate Americans believe sodas 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.

Food & Beverage News Milling healthier, innovative flours from ancient grains (The author is global food science analyst at Mintel)

中国企业新闻中心网 42%中国消费者认为夹心巧克力最浪漫 42%的中国城市消费者认为夹心巧克力是最为浪漫的巧克力类型,且愿意购买此类产品作为礼物送给配偶/恋人。

红商网 42%中国消费者认为夹心巧克力最浪漫 42%的中国城市消费者认为夹心巧克力是最为浪漫的巧克力类型,且愿意购买此类产品作为礼物送给配偶/恋人。

Jiemian 你可能想不到 最舍得花钱买衣服的是澳大利亚人 全球市场咨询公司Mintel不久前发布的《2015美国生活方式报告》显示,未来5年中非必要性开支,包括旅游和外出用餐的增长最快。

Telecom Lead Telconet deploys Ruckus Smart Wi-Fi products Information Society (Mintel). More than 5 million mobile clients were in use, accessing.

中华网China.com MINTEL 英敏特:46%的中国城市消费者曾使用过互联网+上门服务 O2O press release

eNet.com.cn MINTEL 英敏特:46%的中国城市消费者曾使用过互联网+上门服务 O2O press release

Global FoodMate Eating Regional Tops Trends in Barbecue According to Mintel, consumers are still getting to know different regional peppers

DoNews MINTEL英敏特:46%中国城市消费者曾用互联网+上门服务 O2O press release

羊城地铁报 Guangzhou Metro Newspaper 宝宝口粮 “有机”兴起 英敏特中国高级研究分析师顾菁在研究报告中指出,一至三线城市父母消费群体则充分显示其对有机食品兴趣浓厚,并愿意购买高端婴幼儿产品。所有的这些似乎对于有机食品厂商都是利好消息。

Sohu 有一款叫LaCroix的饮料击败了可口可乐 在气泡水市场独领风骚 事实上,气泡水市场的繁荣也正是诞生于这股潮流中。在2009年到2014年间,美国气泡水的销售额增长了3倍,达到16亿美元。而从2014年到2019年,该市场的复合增长率预计在17%。

Jiemian 有一款叫LaCroix的饮料击败了可口可乐 在气泡水市场独领风骚 事实上,气泡水市场的繁荣也正是诞生于这股潮流中。在2009年到2014年间,美国气泡水的销售额增长了3倍,达到16亿美元。而从2014年到2019年,该市场的复合增长率预计在17%。

East Day PepsiCo launches oats-based dairy drinks Cross-category drinks have been a trend among beverage producers to break the traditional boundaries and to meet the diversified demands from consumers in China, according to Julia Lee, food & drink analyst with Mintel Information Consulting (Shanghai) Co Ltd.

China Economic Net PepsiCo launches oats-based dairy drinks Cross-category drinks have been a trend among beverage producers to break the traditional boundaries and to meet the diversified demands from consumers in China, according to Julia Lee, food & drink analyst with Mintel Information Consulting (Shanghai) Co Ltd.

sohu 奢侈品扎堆开餐馆 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。

东方早报Oriental Morning Newspaper 奢侈品扎堆开餐馆 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。

青年商旅报 奢侈品扎堆开餐馆 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

Yahoo! Singapore Finance Americas: Hearthside acquires two bar producing companies, expands into Europe U.S. bar growth predictions from market research firm Mintel show continued category strength driven by convenience, snacking occasions.

Food News International World: DSM exhibits at Gulfood Manufacturing 2015

The Straits Times SoShiok Chocolate demand melts in China as stocks and bribes decline Locally-produced ‘tao’ brands like Amovo or Bouquet are taking off, with 17 per cent of consumers saying they had bought them. “These small players are getting more popular online,” said Xu Ruyi, head of research at Mintel China.

The Straits Times SoShiok Chocolate demand melts in China as stocks and bribes decline Locally-produced ‘tao’ brands like Amovo or Bouquet are taking off, with 17 per cent of consumers saying they had bought them. “These small players are getting more popular online,” said Xu Ruyi, head of research at Mintel China.

Economic Times Epaper (Bangalore) China’s Chocolate Demand Melts as Stocks, Bribes Decline A further problem for international competitors is growing competition. Locally-produced ‘tao’ brands like Amovo or Bouquet are taking off, with 17% of consumers saying they had bought them.“These small players are getting more popular online,“ said Xu Ruyi, head of research at Mintel China. Hershey has cited growing competition as one of the reasons for its lagging sales.

Singapore News Only half of U.S. singles have a retirement savings account The population of single people is rising, but along with that growth comes a troubling statistic about their retirement savings accounts: Only 51 percent of unattached people have one, according to a study release Wednesday by Mintel.

The Rakyat Post Chinese losing love for chocolates Revving up sales may not be easy in the short term. Past growth was built partly on expanding sales to new consumers in second- and third-tier cities in China, but now those places are saturated and chocolate makers must convince Chinese consumers simply to eat more, said Xu at Mintel.

The Jakarta Globe Chocolate Demand Melts in China as Stocks and Bribes Decline Revving up sales may not be easy in the short term. Past growth was built partly on expanding sales to new consumers in second- and third-tier cities in China, but now those places are saturated and chocolate makers must convince Chinese consumers simply to eat more, said Xu at Mintel.

The Malay Mail Online As stocks and bribes decline, China’s chocolate demand melts “These small players are getting more popular online,” said Xu Ruyi, head of research at Mintel China.

Shenzhen Daily Chocolate demand weakens as stocks, bribes decline “These small players are getting more popular online,” said Xu Ruyi, head of research at Mintel China.

Economic Times Epaper (Bangalore) China’s Chocolate Demand Melts as Stocks, Bribes Decline “These small players are getting more popular online,” said Xu Ruyi, head of research at Mintel China.

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.

Yahoo! News Taiwan 自助搭配漢堡 能否挽救麥當勞? 幾乎所有的快餐品牌都受到食品安全事件的影響。2012年年底,一家肯德基供應商被報導一直使用生長激素和抗生素促使肉雞長得更快。2014年7月,麥當勞、肯德基等品牌的供應商之一上海福喜食品有限公司被爆出使用過期肉。「由於食品安全的問題,整個快餐市場從2013年開始有明顯的放緩,」市場調研機構英敏特的分析師劉欣琪說。

Singapore News Only half of U.S. singles have a retirement savings account “These small players are getting more popular online,” said Xu Ruyi, head of research at Mintel China.

The Rakyat Post Chinese losing love for chocolates “These small players are getting more popular online,” said Xu Ruyi, head of research at Mintel China.

The Jakarta Globe Chocolate Demand Melts in China as Stocks and Bribes Decline “These small players are getting more popular online,” said Xu Ruyi, head of research at Mintel China.

Exchange 4 Media China launches video report for advertisers, brands and content makers “These small players are getting more popular online,” said Xu Ruyi, head of research at Mintel China.

Today Online Chocolate demand melts in China as stocks and bribes decline “These small players are getting more popular online,” said Xu Ruyi, head of research at Mintel China.

The Malay Mail Online As stocks and bribes decline, China’s chocolate demand melts “These small players are getting more popular online,” said Xu Ruyi, head of research at Mintel China.

Food News International World: DSM exhibits at Gulfood Manufacturing 2015 Mintel finds that demand for natural products in the Middle East is growing.

ADVFN.com Water, Water Everywhere–in Bottles In a December poll by Mintel, 29% of bottled water drinkers said they would “feel strange” not always having water with them.

Food News International Americas: Hearthside acquires two bar producing companies, expands into Europe US bar growth predictions from market research firm Mintel show continued category strength driven by convenience, snacking occasions, and meal replacement trends. – See more at: http://foodnewsinternational.com/2015/08/26/americas-hearthside-acquires-two-bar-producing-companies-expands-into-europe/#sthash.ALLbl4TQ.dpuf

Viet Bao Viet Nam Chia sẻ của 3 phụ nữ về những tác hại của việc kiêng ăn thịt Số lượng phụ nữ giảm tiêu thụ thịt ngày một tăng bởi khuynh hướng không ăn thịt phổ biến bởi chiến dịch không ăn thịt ngày thứ hai của Paul và Stella cũng như cảnh báo trên các chất béo bão hòa trong thịt đỏ. Theo nghiên cứu thị trường của công ty Mintel.

Yahoo! India Finance Hearthside Food Solutions Acquires VSI, Europe’s Largest Sports/Energy Bar Manufacturer; Also Acquires Additional U.S. Bar Production Facility U.S. bar growth predictions from market research firm Mintel show continued category strength driven by convenience, snacking occasions, and meal replacement trends. The strongest growth is in health-related bar categories, including sports, functional, diet, and nutrition.

The Nation Carabao Group What’s more, market researcher Mintel reports that UK and Chinese energy drink market sizes are estimated at US$2.1bn and US$10.8bn respectively, much larger than the Thai market size of US$1bn (Bt34bn).

EMEA

The Wall Street Journal Europe P&G Is playing catch-up in china with its diapers Last year, P&G’s share of the Chinese diaper market fell to 24.3% from 28.8% in 2013, according to Mintel Group.

Lebensmittel Zeitung Letzte Chance für Stevia Die Marktforscher von Mintel stellen fest, das deustsche Verbraucher Stevia noch unentschlossen gegenuberstehen.

Lebensmittel Praxis Lieber Brötchen und Co. als Burger und Fritten Nach einer Erhebung der Marketforscher von Mintel bietet das gestiegene Gesundheitsbewusstsein der deutschen Konsumenten gute Chancen für Hersteller von Brot für das SB-Regal.

Augsburger Allgemeine Die Liebe der Briten für die Tasse Tee nimmt ab Die Briten verbrauchen immer weniger Tee.Die Verkausmengen von schwarzem Tee sind seit 2010 um mehr als ein Fünftel (22 Prozent) auf 76 Millionen Kilogramm gefallen, teilte die Markforschungsfirma Mintel gestern mit.

Koggenlander Huidverzorging voor mannen Uit onderzoek van het Britse onderzoeksbureau Mintel blijkt dat Europese mannen de afgelopen vijf jaar maar liefst 45 meer geld uitgeven aan de verzorging van hun huid. Daarin komt naar voren dat het mannelijk geslacht er graag aantrekkelijk en jong uit wil zien en hun huid wil behandelen. De vraag naar huidverzorgingsproducten is daardoor gestegen.

Neue Westfälische Bielefelder Tageblatt OH Teekonsum der Briten nimmt ab Das erklärte die Marktforschungsfirme Mintel.

NZ Nürnberger Zeitung Tee Tea-Time findet weniger Anhänger Die Liebe der Briten zu der klassische Tasse Tee nimmt ab: Die Verkausmengen von schwarzem Tee sind seit 2010 um mehr als ein Fünftel (22 Prozent) auf 76 Millionen Kilogramm gefallen, teilte die Markforschungsfirma Mintel gestern mit.

Peiner Allgemeine Zeitung Liebe der Briten zum Tee kühlt ab Die Liebe der Briten zu der klassischen Tasse Tee nimmt ab: Die Verkausmengen von schwarzem Tee sind seit 2010 um mehr als ein Fünftel (22 Prozent) auf 76 Millionen Kilogramm gefallen, teilte die Markforschungsfirma Mintel gestern mit.

Rotenburger Kreiszeitung Liebe zum Tee nimmt ab Die Liebe der Briten zu der klassischen Tasse Tee nimmt ab: Die Verkausmengen von schwarzem Tee sind seit 2010 um mehr als ein Fünftel (22 Prozent) auf 76 Millionen Kilogramm gefallen, teilte die Markforschungsfirma Mintel gestern mit.

Fehmarnsches Tageblatt Liebe der Briten zum Tee kühlt ab Die Liebe der Briten zu der klassische Tasse Tee nimmt ab: Die Verkausmengen von schwarzem Tee sind seit 2010 um mehr als ein Fünftel (22 Prozent) auf 76 Millionen Kilogramm gefallen, teilte die Markforschungsfirma Mintel gestern mit.

Badisches Tagblatt Briten trinken weniger Tee Die Briten verbrauchen immer weniger Tee.Die Verkausmengen von schwarzem Tee sind seit 2010 um mehr als ein Fünftel (22 Prozent) auf 76 Millionen Kilogramm gefallen, teilte die Markforschungsfirma Mintel gestern mit.

Allgemeine Zeitung der Lüneberger Heide Liebe zum Tee nimmt ab Die Liebe der Briten zu der klassische Tasse Tee nimmt ab: Die Verkausmengen von schwarzem Tee sind seit 2010 um mehr als ein Fünftel (22 Prozent) auf 76 Millionen Kilogramm gefallen, teilte die Markforschungsfirma Mintel gestern mit.

Badisches Tagblatt Briten trinken weniger Tee Die Briten verbrauchen immer weniger Tee.Die Verkausmengen von schwarzem Tee sind seit 2010 um mehr als ein Fünftel (22 Prozent) auf 76 Millionen Kilogramm gefallen, teilte die Markforschungsfirma Mintel gestern mit.

Donaukurier Liebe zum Tee nimmt ab Die Liebe der Briten zu der klassische Tasse Tee nimmt ab: Die Verkausmengen von schwarzem Tee sind seit 2010 um mehr als ein Fünftel (22 Prozent) auf 76 Millionen Kilogramm gefallen, teilte die Markforschungsfirma Mintel gestern mit.

General-Anzeiger Bonner Stadtanzeige Briten trinken weniger Tee  Die Liebe der Briten zu der klassische Tasse Tee nimmt ab: Die Verkausmengen von schwarzem Tee sind seit 2010 um mehr als ein Fünftel (22 Prozent) auf 76 Millionen Kilogramm gefallen, teilte die Markforschungsfirma Mintel gestern mit.

Göttinger Tageblatt Liebe der Briten zum Tee kühlt ab Die Liebe der Briten zu der klassische Tasse Tee nimmt ab: Die Verkausmengen von schwarzem Tee sind seit 2010 um mehr als ein Fünftel (22 Prozent) auf 76 Millionen Kilogramm gefallen, teilte die Markforschungsfirma Mintel gestern mit.

Altmark Zeitung Salzwedeler Nachrichten Liebe zum Tee nimmt ab Die Briten verbrauchen immer weniger Tee.Die Verkausmengen von schwarzem Tee sind seit 2010 um mehr als ein Fünftel (22 Prozent) auf 76 Millionen Kilogramm gefallen, teilte die Markforschungsfirma Mintel gestern mit.

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

Südwest Presse Schwäbische Donau Zeitung Tea Time Deshalb war es wohl eine grössere Uberraschung, als die Analysen des Marktforschungsunternehmens Mintel der Welt eroffneten, dass die Verkaufszahlen fur schwarzen Tee auf der Insel in den vergangenen funf Jahren um 22 Prozent gefallen sind, von 97 MIllionen Kilogramm auf geschatzte 76 Millionen Kilogramm.

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.

DEWEZET Deister- und Weser Zeitung Liebe der Briten zum Tee kühlt ab Die Briten verbrauchen immer weniger Tee.Die Verkausmengen von schwarzem Tee sind seit 2010 um mehr als ein Fünftel (22 Prozent) auf 76 Millionen Kilogramm gefallen, teilte die Markforschungsfirma Mintel gestern mit.

Marketing Week Αγορά Παγωτού: Οι καταναλωτές «απαιτούν» νέα λανσαρίσματα και καινοτομία Η αξία της παγκόσμιας αγοράς παγωτού άγγιξε τα 44,5 δισ. ευρώ το 2014, σύμφωνα με τα στοιχεία της εταιρείας ερευνών Mintel.

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 britanniciLe 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

L’Obs -22% Les Britanniques boivent moins de thé noir! Selon l’institut d’études de marché Mintel, les ventes de thé noir ont chuté de 22% entre 2010 et 2015. Cette baisse va de pair avec le déclin de la consommation de friandises.

Nrc.nl De Wrap: voor één dag chefkok spelen en een slakkenplaag in Florida Zit thee in de problemen? De verkoop in Groot-Brittannië, toch het theeland bij uitstek, daalt gestaag, aldus onderzoeksbureau Mintel.

Hírek ma Kell nekünk a gluténmentes? Egyre népszerűbbek a gluténmentes termékek. Ha értékesítésük ilyen iramban halad, jövőre a Mintel piackutató cég szerint csak Amerikában eléri a 15 milliárd dollárt – ez tavaly

Cosmetics Design Europe Celebrity status not enough for today’s make-up consumer According to new research from Mintel, 44% of UK consumers would side towards this, followed by an individual who is known for being a strong female role model (38%) and one who is known for their beauty (23%)

xpress.be Britse biermarkt ruilt pubs voor microbrouwerijen Researcher Mintel wijst er wel op dat de ambachtelijke bieren gemiddeld over een hoger alcoholvolume blijken te beschikken. Dat is volgens expert Jonny Forsyth in tegenspraak met het beleid van de Britse overheid, die recent met de grote brouwers een akkoord heeft bereikt om vrijwillig de sterkte van de aantal populaire Britse bieren terug te schroeven.

Granada Hoy El momento dulce del turismo británico En este sentido, un estudio de Mintel sobre los turistas británicos que llegaron a España en los últimos cinco años pone de manifiesto que un 20% lo hizo durante un puente o un fin de semana (city break), mientras que un 14% se desplazó por motivos culturales.

Huelva Información El momento dulce del turismo británico En este sentido, un estudio de Mintel sobre los turistas británicos que llegaron a España en los últimos cinco años pone de manifiesto que un 20% lo hizo durante un puente o un fin de semana (city break), mientras que un 14% se desplazó por motivos culturales.

Malaga Hoy El momento dulce del turismo británico En este sentido, un estudio de Mintel sobre los turistas británicos que llegaron a España en los últimos cinco años pone de manifiesto que un 20% lo hizo durante un puente o un fin de semana (city break), mientras que un 14% se desplazó por motivos culturales.

Europasur.es El momento dulce del turismo británico En este sentido, un estudio de Mintel sobre los turistas británicos que llegaron a España en los últimos cinco años pone de manifiesto que un 20% lo hizo durante un puente o un fin de semana (city break), mientras que un 14% se desplazó por motivos culturales.

Diario de Sevilla El momento dulce del turismo británico En este sentido, un estudio de Mintel sobre los turistas británicos que llegaron a España en los últimos cinco años pone de manifiesto que un 20% lo hizo durante un puente o un fin de semana (city break), mientras que un 14% se desplazó por motivos culturales.

Diario de Jerez El momento dulce del turismo británico En este sentido, un estudio de Mintel sobre los turistas británicos que llegaron a España en los últimos cinco años pone de manifiesto que un 20% lo hizo durante un puente o un fin de semana (city break), mientras que un 14% se desplazó por motivos culturales.

El Día de Córdoba El momento dulce del turismo británico En este sentido, un estudio de Mintel sobre los turistas británicos que llegaron a España en los últimos cinco años pone de manifiesto que un 20% lo hizo durante un puente o un fin de semana (city break), mientras que un 14% se desplazó por motivos culturales.

Europa Sur El momento dulce del turismo británico En este sentido, un estudio de Mintel sobre los turistas británicos que llegaron a España en los últimos cinco años pone de manifiesto que un 20% lo hizo durante un puente o un fin de semana (city break), mientras que un 14% se desplazó por motivos culturales.

Diario de Cádiz El momento dulce del turismo británico En este sentido, un estudio de Mintel sobre los turistas británicos que llegaron a España en los últimos cinco años pone de manifiesto que un 20% lo hizo durante un puente o un fin de semana (city break), mientras que un 14% se desplazó por motivos culturales.

Diario de Jerez El momento dulce del turismo británico En este sentido, un estudio de Mintel sobre los turistas británicos que llegaron a España en los últimos cinco años pone de manifiesto que un 20% lo hizo durante un puente o un fin de semana (city break), mientras que un 14% se desplazó por motivos culturales.

BRAZIL

Revista da FIB News & Trends Apesar do Brasil passar por uma crise econômica, algumas categorias de consumo devem se sair bem nos próximos anos, como aponta o recém-lançado relatório da Mintel, Estilos de Vida do Consumidor Brasileiro

Revista da FIB Food Ingredients South America 2015 Organizada em parceria com a Mintel, a área New Product Zone, tradicional em outras edicoes da Fisa ao redor do mundo, mostrara as inovacoes dos expositores e da industria alimenticia

Super Hiper Escolher um angulo diferente, o do consumidor, promete fazer diferença para resultados do varejo e seus parceiros em 2015 Elaborado pela Mintel (fornecedora global de inteligência de mídia, consumidor e produto), o estudo Tendencias de Consumo 2015, identificou quatro frentes promissoras para os negócios, que trazem dicas para o supermercadista e seus parceiros

Supermercado Moderno Mercado de sorvetes crescerá 81% atá 2020 O faturamento da categoria de sorvetes no Brasil devera crescer 815 até 2020, segundo pesquisa da Mintel.

DCI Unilever investe R$ 500 mi em fábrica de desodorantes no interior paulista O lançamento de novos produtos e a migração para versões líquidas de sabão devem manter manter o mercado de produtos para lavar roupa aquecido nos proximos anos. A consultoria Mintel estima que este ano as vendas devem crescer 7,5% para R$ 10,5 bilhões.

Meio & Mensagem Saúde é a nova aposta da Brasileiros Com oito anos no mercado cumpridos em julho, a Brasileiros Editora lançou na quinta-feira 20 um produto digital que atende aos interesses de 77% da população acima de 50 anos e 58% da faixa com mais de 18 anos, segundo o Ibope e a Mintel, respectivamente.

Swiss Info Gigante suíça reforça produção no Brasil Do outro lado do balcão, mesmo com a renda sendo pressionada pela inflação, o consumidor brasileiro tem mantido o volume de compras em alguns setores essenciais, como alimentos. A informação é da analista sênior de mercado da Mintel, Renata Moura. Ela explica que “47% dos Brasileiros mantiveram seu volume de compras em alimentação dentro de casa nos doze meses anteriores a abril de 2015”.

Aditivos e Ingredientes A industria de alimentos e bebidas segundo a visão de seus consumidores A Mintel, agência líder mundial em inteligência de mercado, realiza, ha mais de 40 anos, pesquisas e analises de mercado que impactam no sucesso de seus clientes.

Aditivos e Ingredientes O saudável mercado dos iogurtes No item inovação, o iogurte grego é imbatível; foi o maior direcionador das vendas de iogurtes em 2013 e em anos anteriores, de acordo com a Mintel.

Globo News Sugar and Confectionery market in Brazil Interview with Renata Moura on Mundo S/A programme.

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