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

UK & Ireland

Financial Times: Jump in start-up distillers shows UK thirst for boutique booze. The popularity of craft beer is reflected in growing demand, 23 per cent of adults in the UK have drunk a craft beer in the past six months and in London the figure is 38 per cent, according to Mintel, the market research group.

Financial Times: Domestic brands advance strongly in China. Research from Mintel shows that famous brand names may actually wield less power in China than elsewhere.

Financial Times: Key steps to preserve wealth for your loved ones when you’re gone. A 2013 report by market research company Mintel from a sample of funeral directors revealed the average UK funeral cost was almost £3,500, up a staggering 80 per cent on prices 10 years previously.

Financial Times: China’s nappy brands look to absorb local demand. Persuading Chinese mothers to use disposable nappies has been a slow process, says Xu Ruyi, head of China research at Mintel. “Nappies were introduced to China by P&G during the 1990s and it has taken a long time for consumers to adopt the products.”

The Financial Times: Israeli researchers link artificial sweeteners with obesity. Mintel the consumer research company, estimates that 5.5 per cent of all food and drink products launched last year contained at least one sweetener, compared with 3.5 per cent in 2009 – an increase it attributes to the “demonisation of sugar.”

The Times: Supermarkets are just not stacking up in the age of the promiscuous shopper. After the trend of ‘big barn’ out-of-town supermarkets, convenience stores became all the rage with information provider Mintel suggesting that younger shoppers were leading the move.

The Times: Meat gets the chop as more go vegetarian. According to a study by Mintel to coincide with World Vegetarian Day today, 12 per cent of adults and 20 per cent of 16 to 24-year-olds are vegetarian or vegan.

The Times: Britons too shy to exercise in public. David Walmsley, a senior leisure analyst for Mintel, which conducted the survey, said: “Not feeling fit enough to play with others could be one expression of a more general lack of physical confidence.”

The Times: Youthful fan base puts vodka on course to outsell whisky. In 2012 vodka sales were 68 million litres compared with 60.5 million for whisky, according to the researchers Mintel.

The Times: A foot on any Job ladder will suit graduates. Only one in students is not worried about the future career prospects, according to the survey by Mintel.

The Times: Sales of pet food fall as owners make their own. Pet owners are treating their cats and dogs to more home cooked food in an attempt to save money, according to market research by Mintel.

The Times: …but the City boys go loud and proud. According to the latest figures from Mintel, the market research agency, from April 2012 to April this year, 49 per cent of men bought socks for themselves compared with 33 per cent who received them as a gift.

The Telegraph: To drink or not to drink? A survey conducted back in 2004 revealed that 21 per cent of men and 14 per cent of women said that alcohol was good for relieving stress. The Mintel survey also showed that it is a popularly held belief that drinking alcohol is good for your health.

The Guardian: Bookshops hope ‘super Thursday’ wil help start a new chapter for publishing. According to Mintel, the market research group, books are the most popular Christmas present under £20 and for independent bookshops, which have shrunk in number by a third to 987 since 2005, Christmas-present books – predominantly biographies and cookery books – are vital.

The Guardian: Brewing a coffee monopoly at Keurig, one single-serving cup at a time.  By 2018, market-research firm Mintel predicts consumers will be spending nearly as much on coffee pods as they do on bulk coffee.

The Guardian: Quinoa, chia seeds and kale: superfoods or supermarketing? As well as consumers taking more of an interest in healthy eating, the rise in superfoods is also spurred on by a desire to try new flavours, which superfoods can offer, explains Stephanie Pauk, global food science analyst at Mintel.

The Grocer: The war on sugar…Even though the rest of the major supermarkets’ policies fall short of a total ban, it’s clear that the age of the guilt lane is now behind us. This means confectioners will have to find new ways to encourage impulse purchases, says Mintel senior food analyst Emma Clifford.

The Grocer: Opposites attract. Little wonder, then, that NPD in chocolate tablets is at the highest since 2007 (Mintel), while launches of other chocolate formats are lower than average.

The Grocer: Watch out, brands! Back in 2007/8, Mintel data showed that chocolate, sugar and gum, Only Marks & Spencer, Tesco, Walmart and The Co-Operative Group were among the top 10 producers of NPD. Fast forward to 2013/14 and Morrisons, Lidl and Sainsbury’s have joined them in the top 10.

The Independent on Sunday: The doyenne of curry is back… but tikka’s not. Meat-free cooking has grown in popularity, as one in eight people is now vegetarian, according to Mintel.

The Observer: Brutal price competion batters supermarkets around the world. “The top 10 or 12 companies represent less than half of the market,” said Matthew Crabbe, of market research firm Mintel.

Scottish Daily Express: Scientists in bid for healthier porridge. Mintel earlier this year said 23 per cent of Britons eat a bowl of oats almost every day, rising to 39 per cent for 16 to 24 year olds.

The Scotsman: Pampered pooches treated to homemade dog food. A study from Mintel found the market for bought dog food has seen a 7 per cent decline over the past five years, dropping from 744 million kilograms in 2009 to 694m kilos in 2013.

Drapers: Why multichannel retail is an outdated concept. The online fashion market is expected to grow 86% between 2011 and 2016 to reach £9.4bn in the UK, according to Mintel, but to date more than a quarter of consumers in the UK (27%) have still never purchased clothing online.

Daily Star: Brits go veggie. Health and environmental reasons are the main factors behind the trend, said a report by market researcher Mintel.

Metro: Veggie boom keeps growing. The meat-free products market is expected to grow from £625 million last year to £657 million this year with people demanding vegan ingredients. The research by Mintel marks World Vegetarian Day today.

Daily Express: Meat is off the menu as more Britons become vegetarian. Some 12 per cent now follow vegetarian or vegan diets – rising to 20 per cent of those aged between 16 and 24, said analysts Mintel.

BBC News: Live interview with Richard Perks: Aldi’s sales are soaring

Daily Mail: Are energy drinks making you MORE tired? Products are blamed for soaring levels of iron deficiency – and exhaustion – in young women. It comes as another survey by consumer analysts Mintel found in the last year 61 per cent of British people have consumed a sports drink and 46 per cent a energy drink.

Daily Mail: Aztec seed that can help you lose weight: Tiny chia seeds are high in nutrients, low calorie and hitting the mainstream Retail analysts Mintel say the use of chia seeds as an ingredient in products has seen a ten-fold increase globally in the past five years.

BBC News: Liner that helped launch monster cruise ships. According to retail analyst Mintel 14% of people in the UK have been on a sea cruise, spending an average of £1342 per person in 2013.

The Guardian: Complaints soar as packaged current accounts fail to deliver. A survey carried out by Mintel of 2,000 current account holders revealed that 22% said they found it difficult to work out if packaged bank accounts were offering value for money, while 14% said they would be prepared to pay for an account which enabled them to choose their own benefits.

Daily Mail: Are you embarrassed about how unfit you are? 20% of Britons refuse to exercise with anyone else because of the shame. The survey, carried out by consumer analysts Mintel, found that more than a third (36 per cent) of people have not played or participated in sport in the past 12 months.

Evening Standard Magazine: Take a break: why your career could use a sabbatical. But, according to a report by Mintel, only a quarter of employers have a sabbatical policy: the best sectors are government, public sector, finance and insurance.

The Grocer: Packaging that’s edible – the naked truth. Dr Benjamin Punchard, global packaging insights director at Mintel Group, says the innovation is limited by the fact the skin is part of the product, not a separate packaging solution.

Stylist: 23 Courses to make you rich: Mintel predicts that the UK alcohol market alone will be worth £45 billion by 2017, with microbrewing the start-up of choice.

Morning Advertiser: Craft cider: the new craft beer? The recent Mintel survey that claimed more people now drink cider than lager also showed that only 8% of drinkers believe cider is ‘sophisticated’ and only 14% believe it is ‘worth paying more for.’

Daily Express: Vodka nips at heels of whisky as sales of our national drink slump. Drinks analyst Chris Wisson, of researchers Mintels, said: “Vodka is relatively tasteless, meaning it it more palatable for a wider range of consumers, while whisky can be quite a divisive taste.”

The Daily Telegraph: Vodka replaces whisky as Britain’s tipple. Chris Wisson, of Mintel, said vodka was “more palatable for a wider range of consumers,” has a higher marketing profile and was cheaper owing to recent price wars.

Guardian Small Business Network: How to do market research on a budget. “There are lots of free resources.” Brookes cites the British Library, which hosts a variety of seminars and offers access to reports from market research firms such as Mintel and YouGov.

MWB: Consumer demand for current-season product drives online sales. As the latest research from industry analyst Mintel reveals online sales of UK clothing and footwear tops the £10bn mark in 2014, it seems shoppers are turning to the Internet to find current-season clothing – as opposed to the high street’s new season stock.

Retail Times: Fewer black consumers in US interested in anti-ageing haircare products, reports Mintel. However, it seems the haircare market is one area where the opposite is true as new research from Mintel reveals that 42% of black consumers have tried or would be interested in trying anti-ageing hair products.

Esquire: The Terrible Rise Of The ‘Spornosexual’. A Mintel report last year revealed men are out-spending women on shoes; record numbers are using facial moisturizer, eye gel and lip balm; and more are opting for plastic surgery than ever before, with demand for breast reduction to eliminate ‘man boobs’ having increased by 24% in the last year

Sky News With Colin Brazier: Richard Perks discusses Tesco’s financial situation.

Food and Drink News: Bokomo Foods launches own range of on-the-go cereals. Recent research by Mintel has revealed more than half of Britons eat breakfast out of home and of these, a quarter do so on-the-go.

Yahoo! Finance UK: Could boutique spirits be the next phase of the craft beer revolution? According to the market research firm Mintel. Cider Duty applications also doubled to 24 in the last year.

The Telegraph: Could boutique spirits be the next phase of the craft beer revolution? Almost a quarter of Britons over the age of 18 – and 38pc of those who live in London, have drunk craft beer in the last six months, according to the market research firm Mintel.

The Sunday Telegraph: Fabulous forties, nifty fifties, swinging sixties… Is life getting better as we age? analyst Mintel reports a surge in the number of mamils (middle-aged man in lycra) choosing to get into the saddle of a racing bike.

The Sunday Telegraph: Cut out a fine career in fashion. Recently, research company Mintel cited a 4.8 per cent expansion in 2013.

The Grocer: Vodka set to overtake whiskey as ‘the number one spirit of choice’. “Vodka is relatively tasteless, meaning is it more palatable for a wider range of consumers, while whiskey can be quite a divisive taste,” said Chris Wisson, senior drinks analyst at Mintel.

The Grocer: Take a bit of Action. “51% of consumers perceive smoothies as a filling snack, however only 21% have them as a snack and 11% to replace a meal suggesting there is scope to turn consumers’ openness towards snacking on smoothies into action and driver growth. (Mintel, Fruit Juice, Juice Drinks and Smoothies Report UK August 2013.)

The Grocer: More Than Just Popcorn. Over the last three years, Popcorn has seen the fastest growth in snacking, growing five times as fast as nuts and crisps (Mintel, 2014.)

New Statesman: Are my generation really as boring as everyone says? Recent findings from Mintel found that over a quarter of 10-15 year-olds in the UK are afraid of being excluded from their social circle if they’re not on Facebook or Twitter enough.

The Daily Telegraph: The flat-pack index: surge in furniture sales seen as sign of recovery. Richard Perks, the director of retail at Mintel, the consumer analyst, said the surge in furniture sales pointed to a shift in the housing market. “It is always dangerous to read too much into one month’s figures but I think that what we are seeing here, and in the household market sector as a whole really, is the impact of a stronger housing market,” he said.

BBC News: The sugar company that is fighting back. Market researchers Mintel labelled “demonisation of sugar” as the reason for a rise in artificial sweeteners used in drinks.

The Telegraph: Our weight? No, it’s wrinkles we’re worrying about. Of the 2,000 women surveyed, 60 per cent of over 35’s said they would rather be told they look good for their age than how slim they are. Nearly half wished that they looked younger and one fifth worries about the ageing process every single day, which is probably why two out of three women in the UK are using anti-ageing cream, and also why the British skincare market is now worth a staggering £1 billion as reported by Mintel.

Daily Mail: ‘Constantly tired’ Britons help sales of energy drinks soar to £1.5 billion this year - despite the link to heart rhythm problems, stroke and sudden death. In the past year, 61 per cent of British people have consumed a sports drink and 46 per cent a energy drink, according to the survey by consumer analysts Mintel.

Yahoo! News UK & Ireland: Scottish Independence: What Impact Will a Yes Vote Have on Scotland’s Exports? According to statistics from research firm Mintel, sales of Scotch whisky in the UK were estimated to have reached £2.bn in 2013 and forecast to hit £3.bn in 2018. Volumes sales are estimated at 18 million litres in 2013 and forecast to decline to 16 million litres in 2018.

BBC Radio Humberside: Andy Comfort Show. Richard Perks, Director of Retail Research discusses Phones 4 U.

Mail On Sunday: The SOS survival kit for not-so-savvy students. Half of students say their diet is healthy — though 44 per cent admit they tend to snack on sweets, chocolate or crisps when they study, retail analysts Mintel revealed.

Fashion United: UK online fashion market grows to £10bn. Women are the biggest shoppers with 73 percent buying online, but there has been an increase in the amount of men buying online with a 13 percentage point jump over the last year to 65 percent, Mintel said.

Yahoo! Finance UK: London designers target fashion-hungry shoppers with ‘tech firsts’. Online clothing sales in Britain are set to reach 10.7 billion pounds ($17.41 billion) this year, an increase of 14.5 percent year on year, according to market research firm Mintel.

Daily Express: Why internet matters to fashion: Cyberspace is key £10.7bn battleground. New figures from market researcher Mintel show that in the past 12 months UK online fashion sales have risen by 14 per cent to £10.7billion and the internet now accounts for nearly £1 in every £6 spent on clothes and shoes.

Irish Times: China’s nappy brands look to absorb local demand. Persuading Chinese mothers to use disposable nappies has been a slow process, says Xu Ruyi, head of China research at Mintel. “Nappies were introduced to China by P&G during the 1990s and it has taken a long time for consumers to adopt the products.”

US

New York Times: With whimsy, Burt’s Bees introduces first TV campaign. Lip balm use among women decreases steadily with age, the inverse of lipstick use, which increases with age, according to consumer research by Mintel, a market research firm. For lip balm, 72 percent of women from 18 to 24 use it, as do 45 percent of women 65 and older; for lipstick, 50 percent of women from 18 to 24 and 82 percent of women 65 and older use it.

Bloomberg: U.S. lemon lovers tasting bitter price shock from drought. Lemon-flavored ingredients on food-service menus climbed about 11 percent between the second quarters of 2011 and 2014, as restaurants used more in salad dressings, butters and sauces, according to Mintel Group Ltd.’s Menu Insights database.

Bloomberg Businessweek: Neilly’s Foods lands expanded deal with Giant supermarkets. Americans will spend an estimated $11.2 billion on ethnic foods this year, according to Mintel Group, which tracks food industry trends. Mintel forecasts the number will grow to $12.5 billion in 2018.

CNN Money: Americans aren’t eating their Wheaties. According to market research firm Mintel, cold cereal sales in the U.S. have fallen 6% in the past two years. People are shifting to protein rich items like yogurt and breakfast sandwiches that tend to keep people satisfied longer, Mintel found.

Bloomberg Businessweek: Haircare companies roll out more dry shampoos. Dry shampoos are a shiny spot of growth in hair-care products, says Mohamed Omer, an analyst at Mintel Group in Chicago. In the first half of this year, they made up 5 percent of all new shampoo products, compared with 1 percent five years ago, he says.

Bloomberg Businessweek: Skippy Yippee is out to challenge Jif with new ad campaign. In the same time frame, Skippy was the brand of choice in 22 percent of homes. “Improving household penetration for these products will be a steep challenge for marketers,” ­Mintel concluded.

Washington Post: Chipotle wannabees find D.C. the perfect place for have it your way cuisine. It is teeming with that demographic that everyone loves to hate: millennials, who are, according to market research firm Mintel, the biggest consumers of fast-casual fare. Market research firm Mintel, which looked broadly at the fastcasual industry last year, predicts an eventual slowdown in sales growth in the $30 billion market.

NASDAQ: What’s in store for the Starbucks Verismo single-serve coffee maker? K-Cups are a huge part of the single-cup market, especially in the United States, where Mintel reports that, in 2013, U.S. consumers bought $3.1 billion worth of coffee pods, according to The Seattle Times.

Fortune Magazine: Is pumpkin spice the ultimate aphrodisiac? Since 2006, industry tracker Mintel has found that pumpkin as a beverage ingredient has grown 130% on U.S. menus. Since 2004 the use of pumpkin as a flavor in food on menus has increased ten-fold.

Elle Magazine: How Nicole Sanchez is reinventing the Black hair industry. The black hair industry in America is big business, to the tune of $684 million. It’s huge, and growing—market research firm Mintel estimates that number could reach $761 million by 2017— and Nicole Sanchez wants a cut of it (pun intended).

Chicago Tribune: Flush-defying wipes bedevil cities as sewers surrender. “The average consumer believes if a product clears their toilet bowl, it’s flushable,” said Jamie Rosenberg, a Chicago-based household and personal-care analyst for Mintel. “People in their homes have no idea what’s going on downstream.”

Minneapolis Star Tribune: Skippy Yippee is out to challenge Jif with new ad campaign. According to the Mintel Group, a global market research organization, peanut butter is consumed in 92 percent of U.S. households, and an even greater share — 96 percent — of households with children.

Columbus Dispatch: Beef, pork prices on long march higher. “Consumers are now saying, ‘$6.99 for bacon? How can that be?’  ” said Patty Johnson, global food analyst for Mintel, which does market research. “We’re in for higher prices on the long term. I do not see us roller-coastering down to some previous level.”

Advertising Age: Vita Coco hires Saatchi, preps new campaign. In a report last year, market researcher Mintel referred to coconut water growth as a “tropical storm.” Mintel stated that the number of new product introductions quintupled from 2008 to 2012, noting that coconut water has been the “surprise toast of the beverage industry in recent years.”

Sun Sentinel: Lemon lovers get bitter shock on California drought. Lemon-flavored ingredients on food-service menus climbed about 11 percent between the second quarters of 2011 and 2014, as restaurants used more in salad dressings, butters and sauces, according to Mintel Group’s Menu Insights database.

Los Angeles Business Journal: Dollar Shave Club Raises $50 Million. Research firm Mintel said disposable razors and cartridges made up $3 billion in sales last year.

Madame Noire: Tresses of youth? 42 percent of Black consumers interested in anti-aging haircare. “Historically, Black consumers are not necessarily looking for the fountain of youth. They tend to embrace aging more so than other consumers. Those who use anti-aging products are motivated by different factors. In most cases, Blacks aren’t typically proactive when it comes to anti-aging, rather they are very reactionary,” Tonya Roberts, multicultural analyst at Mintel, says.

GCI Magazine: Samples are still the new black. However, with new trends in everything from binge watching to beauty product consumption to everyday living, it is apparent millennials hold a fundamentally different view of life—a fact corroborated by Mintel’s “The Changing Face of Middle America” report.

Happi Magazine: Right in the kisser. Market research firm Mintel contends that after experiencing a 2% decline from 2011-2013, the lip cosmetics segment posted gains of nearly 9% between 2012 and 2014, with sales poised to reach nearly $1.4 billion this year.

Packaging World: Hummus & chip snack pack served up in a can. According to the 2013 “Healthy Snacking” study from Mintel, 65% of snackers are interested in healthful snacks, with 36% of snackers eating their snacks on the go.

Nation’s Restaurant News: Restaurant menu watch: operators respond to rising lemon prices. Lemon-flavored ingredients on food-service menus climbed about 11 percent between the second quarters of 2011 and 2014, as restaurants used more in salad dressings, butters and sauces, according to Mintel Group’s Menu Insights database.

Fast Casual: Apple Pay’s impact on restaurant loyalty marketing. And it’s a big risk: 60 percent of loyalty memberships go inactive within the first year according to Mintel.

QSR Web: Apple Pay’s impact on restaurant loyalty marketing. And it’s a big risk: 60 percent of loyalty memberships go inactive within the first year according to Mintel.

Whole Foods Magazine: Quality is key. Market research firm Mintel reported that “sales of kosher foods totaled $12.5 billion in 2008, a 64% increase since 2003.”

Food Processing: Door to new colors of natural additives allows consumers to taste the rainbow. A February 2014 joint report from Leatherhead Food Research and Mintel Group said the value of natural colors overtook that of synthetic colors globally in 2011, exceeding $600 million dollars.

Restaurant Hospitality: More restaurants turn to tap wines. Mintel data shows lemon-flavored ingredients on foodservice menus rose 11 percent between the second quarters of 2011 and 2014.

Grocery Headquarters: Getting back in the fold. According to the 2014 Home Laundry Products report from Chicago-based Mintel, category sales have slipped 4% to $12.6 billion over the last five years.

Grocery Headquarters: Backing beauty. While dry shampoo introductions accounted for a mere 1% of global shampoo launch activity in 2008, this jumped to 3% in 2012, and was on track to continue this pace moving forward, according to Mintel Beauty & Personal Care, a division of Chicago-based Mintel that covers the beauty and personal care segment.

Grocery Headquarters: Capturing the Hispanic consumer. According to Chicago-based Mintel’s Hispanics & Retail report, while many Hispanics prefer a “brick and mortar” experience, online shopping is on the rise. Hispanics also take recommendations from family and friends very seriously; according to the report, 66% of the Hispanic population rank that as the top influencer when making purchasing decisions.

MediaPost Marketing Daily: Unilever launches retail program around NCAA football. In a Fall, 2013 report, market research firm Mintel said the men’s personal care category grew 15% between 2008 and last year, when total U.S. retail sales reached $3.9 billion. The firm said the market was mostly unaffected by the recession, to the benefit of top players Unilever (33% of the market last year) and P&G (28%).

Cosmetics Design USA: Mintel reports ethnic haircare market as still being heavily invested in. In 2014, the market value of haircare products formulated for Black consumers was estimated to be worth $774 million, a 12% increase since the recession in 2009. A rise Mintel attributes to hair playing a vital role in shaping image.

Food Navigator USA: Can General Mills overcome the Annie’s acquisition backlash? Lynn Dornblaser, director of innovation and insight at Mintel, said buying into organic made sense for General Mills but undoubtedly came with drawbacks.

Happi Magazine: Ethnic market sees rise in anti-aging skus. However, it seems the hair care market is one area where the opposite is true as new research from Mintel reveals that 42% of Black consumers have tried or would be interested in trying anti-aging hair products.

Drug Store News: Mintel: Nearly half of black consumers interested in anti-aging hair care. Two-thirds (67%) of black women and 77% of black consumers overall have worn a natural hairstyle in the past year, suggesting that the trend toward natural styles shows no signs of slowing down, Mintel stated.

Beverage Industry: Beverages inspire limited-edition food launches. Flavor innovation is a strong attention getter. Custom consumer research conducted for Mintel’s August 2014 “Yogurt and Yogurt Drinks – US” report finds that flavor is the leading factor in yogurt and yogurt drink buyers’ purchasing decisions, trumping both price and brand.

Specialty Food: Nut-free kids’ products surge as allergies force restrictions. Mintel noted this in its March report on nut-based spreads, adding that nut allergies “should be top-of-mind for manufacturers.” Nearly half of all consumers agree that nut-free spreads are suitable substitutes for products like peanut butter, and 22 percent of them have purchased nut-free spreads, regardless of the prevalence of an allergen in their home.

Store Brands: Spotlight on salty snacks. According to “Category Insight: Salty Snacks, Meat Snacks and Popcorn,” a March 2014 report from global market research firm Mintel, sales have increased 28 percent since 2008, as snackers seek out products that satisfy hunger pangs wherever they are.

Store Brands: In case of emergency, use store brands. According to “First Aid — US,” a December 2013 report from global market research firm Mintel, sales for the overall first aid products market are projected to increase by 12 percent between 2013 and 2018.

Store Brands: Capture the breakfast crowd. Global market researcher Mintel states in its October 2013 “Category Insight: Breakfast Cereals” report that more than half of North American consumers trust promised cereal benefits and think cereal is more healthful than other breakfast options.

Prepared Foods: Boil up sales. According to the Mintel report “Dry Pasta, Rice and Noodles — US,” released in February, pasta and rice sales are currently “stagnant.”

Prepared Foods: Rapid growth in sweet indulgence foods. According to the research group Mintel, “Consumers are especially interested in chocolate products that also contain healthy inclusions like nuts.”

Canada

The Globe and Mail+: Keurig faces $600 million Canadian lawsuit over coffee pods. According to consultant Mintel Group Ltd., consumer demand for consistent, convenient coffee brewed at home has quickly turned coffee pods into a markets that exceeds $3-billion in the United States.

Brazil

Meio & Mensagem: O Valor da Diversão. Pesquisa Mintel identifica quatro diferentes perfis de consumidores brasileiros em relacao aos habitos de lazer. Confira o que cada um dos grupos leva em conta na hora de se divertir e quais sao as oportunidades para as marcas.

Supermercado Moderno: Volume vendido de cerveja premium subiu 36% desde 2010. O segmento de cervejas especiais vem crescendo acima da categoria como um todo. Segundo a empresa global de inteligência de mídia Mintel, o volume de vendas dessas bebidas cresceu 36% entre 2010 e 2013, passando de 280 milhões de litros para 380 milhões. O dado inclui as cervejas artesanais e premium nacionais e internacionais.

DCI: Stuppendo formata crescimento em franquia. Quarto maior consumidor de sorvetes no mundo, o Brasil perde apenas para os Estados Unidos, China e Japão, na produção e comercialização do produto. Segundo a consultoria Mintel,, estima-se que até o final deste ano a categoria gire mais de R$ 5 bilhões, valor que pode chegar a R$ 8 bilhões em vendas até 2017.

Parana Shop: De olho em novos mercados Los Paleteros inaugura segunda fábrica. Apesar de um consumo per capta considerado baixo, o Brasil é o quarto maior consumidor de sorvete do país, perdendo apenas para os Estados Unidos, China e Japão, de acordo com a Mintel, consultoria especializada em pesquisas globais.

Monitor Digital: Carne e Osso. A fraude online é um dos principais receios do internauta brasileiro, impedindo o crescimento do comércio eletrônico. De acordo com levantamento da Mintel.

H&C (Household and Cosmetics): Quais os motivos levam o consumidor braenir que a pele fica ressecada, 31%, vieram a seguir.

Mundo do Marketing: O que pensam os brasileiros sobre a segurança dos produtos de limpeza. Os brasileiros valorizam bastante a saúde e a segurança dos filhos, já que 85% dos entrevistados para o relatório Produtos para Lavar Roupas, da Mintel, afirmaram que se preocupam com o risco de crianças serem envenenadas por produtos para lavar roupas armazenados em casa.

Atualidade Cosmetica: Atração além da Proteção. Mintel traz uma serie de indicadores que mostram quais são as novidades que atraem o comprador de desodorantes no Brasil. Quase a metade (47%) dos brasileiros estao interessados em experimentar formulas que nao mancham as roupas, e um terco deles nao estao apenas interessados, mas dispostos a pagar mais por essas formulas.

Brazil Beauty News: A primeira edicao de in-cosmetics Brasil faz sucesso. Na Innovation Zone, a Mintel apresentou 12 produtos, de pele e cabelo, mais inovadores e relevantes para o mercado brasileiro. A seleção foi feita em países do mundo todo e os critérios para a escolha foram: produtos que protegessem contra os fatores urbanos (poluição), anti-invelhecimento e customização (adaptação do produto as necessidades do consumidor). Para Vivienne Rudd, diretora de Inovação, Beleza e Cuidados Pessoais daMintel, os visitantes da in-cosmetics Brasil ficaram encantados com os produtos.

Atualidade Cosmetica: Ingredientes em Exposicao. De acordo com pesquisa realizada pela Mintel, três em cada dez brasileiros ja utilizam os BB Creams que oferecem ao mesmo tempo cor e beneficios relacionados ao cuidado com a pele em substituicao as bases.

Atualidade Cosmetica: Evolucao acelerada. Segundo dados da Mintel, na area de maquiagem, somente 72% das mulheres acima de 55 anos usam os cosmeticos comparado com 92% das mulheres entre 16 e 24 anos.

Mundo do Marketing: Tecnologia e pesquisas avançadas movimentam mercado de cosméticos. O Brasil é o segundo maior mercado de cosméticos do mundo, sendo que a pele do rosto tem uma atenção especial: 27% buscam melhorar a textura, 25% tratar e prevenir a acne e 23% minimizar a aparição de linhas de expressões e rugas, segundo pesquisa da Mintel.

Brasil Economico: Mais Sol no Mercado Nacional. Dados da consultoria Mintel apontam para um crescimento de 57% nas vendas do mercado de cervejas de 2009 a 2013. E a tendência é que este segmento continue em expansao – a previsão é de 54% ate 2019.

EMEA

Food & Drink Europe (France): Vegetarian product launches double in five years. Vegetarian and vegan product launches have doubled over the past five years, according to Mintel.

Food Navigator (France):  Vegetarian product launches double in five years. Vegetarian and vegan product launches have doubled over the past five years, according to Mintel.

Cosmetics Design Europe (France): Toho University in the spotlight for ingestable hyaluronan. According to Mintel global skin care analyst Christopher Lindsley, across the BFW sector in Asia, vitamins and supplements are closely linked to cosmetic products through claims and ingredients, and over a third claim to provide anti-ageing benefits and are often formulated with collagen peptides, kyaluronic acid and co-enzyme Q10.

IHK Koblenz (Germany): US-Kosmetikmarkt wächst um durchschnittlich 5,8 Prozent. Multifunktionelle Kosmetikprodukte stehen bei Verbrauchern hoch im Kurs. Laut dem Marktforscher Mintel Group dürfte vor allem die Nachfrage nach Gesichtspflegeprodukten anziehen, die zugleich Feuchtigkeit spenden und Antioxidantien enthalten.

About Drinks (Germany): granini fruchtig & leicht gewinnt Global Stevia Innovation Award. Hintergründe für diese Entwicklung liefert eine Studie von Mintel: Demnach achten 75% aller Deutschen auf Ihre Ernährung und über 55% möchten weniger kalorienhaltige Süßungsmittel zu sich nehmen.

Beautymarket.es (Spain): Celebrado en París Cosmeeting y Creative Beauty. Las marcas han llegado a llenar de ideas creativas el espacio inspirador “Shopping produits”, asesoradas en todo el mundo por las agencias de tendencias Mintel, Info&Inspiration, y Cosmetics Inspiration and Creation, presentando innovadores productos para el cabello para todos los mercados del mundo, revelando las tendencias del mañana.

Premium Beauty News (France): Haircare claims increasingly align with the skincare sector. According to Mintel, the global haircare market is increasingly aligning itself with the skincare sector.

Food-Navigator Asia (France): Japanese dairy backs bifidobacteria. Sophie Pauk, global food science analyst at Mintel commented: “More studies are revealing that not all probiotics have the same impact. As reserch continues to explore the complex nature of the human microbiota, it will bring focus and interest about the ways consumers can support and develop a healthy microbiota.”

Cosmetics Design Europe (France): Beauty From Within boost for vitamins and supplements segment. There has been a rise in NPD for beauty from within products according to Mintel.

beautesse.at (Germany): Megatrend Mixologiste. Das Konsumverhalten der Kosmetikverwender weltweit wird sich dramatisch ändern. Davon sind die die britischen Meinungsforscher von Mintel fest überzeugt.

Food & Drink Europe (France): Insider view: European food supplements market set for €2bn jump. A Mintel report into the UK forecast the market would hit €587m by 2019 in a best case scenario (worst: €536), but see a dip this year due to the effect of the nutrition and health claims regulation (NHCR).

NutraIngredients.com (France): Eastern European food supplements markets confront contamination issues. Within Poland’s vitamin and minerals market, GlazxoSmithKline held the biggest retail market share in 2011 (10.3%), followed by Aflofarm Farmacja Polska (6.5%) and NP Pharma (4.5%), according to Mintel data.

Confectionery News (France): Can too many simple ideas on pack get confusing? Discussing this risk of consumer confusion, Chris Brockman, EMEA regional food and drink manager for Mintel, said the co-existence of such claims on pack, was ‘quite a difficult line to tread’.

Маркер (Russia): Экономисты и журналисты находят оригинальные способы сравнить стоимость мировых валют. Другие маркетологи, Mintel, в 2009 году, предложили «индекс мужского нижнего белья»: спрос на этот товар традиционно стабилен, но в кризис многие вынуждены отложить покупку белья на более долгий срок.

SiliconWeek (Spain): 4 de cada 10 internautas españoles compran desde el smartphone. Un 26% se apoya también en los tablets PC para tramitar sus adquisiciones, aunque no desde la calle, sino desde el propio calor del hogar, según un informe de Mintel.

Processalimentaire.com (France): Wabel Grocery Summit. Les evenements sont notamment ainmes par des partenaires cles tels que Mintel (cabinet de veille – innovation), le groupe IRI (pour les panels performance de vente en magasin) ou IFS (certifications pour les marques de distribeuters).

L’Espresso (Italy): NYRock Londra Digital. Ed e proprio il legame fra Webe industria della moda ad essere sottolineato durante la London fashion week: secondo i dati Mintel forniti dal Bfe-British fashion council, le vendite di abbigliamento in rete nel Regno Unito sono cresciute del 14,5 per cento rispetto al 2013 e rappresentano oggi il 17 per cento degli acquisiti totali del settore.

Food Navigator (France): The new natural: How are clean label claims changing? European consumers expect simply foods with no artificial ingredients – but food companies are finding it harder to differentiate their products by adding clean label claims, accorsing to Mintel’s director of innovation and insight David Jago.

Fresh Plaza (Netherlands): U.S. lemon lovers tasting bitter price shock from drought. Lemon-flavoured ingredients on food-service menus climbed about 11 percent between the second quarters of 2011 and 2014, as restaurants used more in salad dressings, butters and sauces, according to Mintel Group Ltd.’s Menu Insights database.

European Supermarket Magazine (Ireland): US Lemon Lovers Tasting Bitter Price Shock From Drought. Lemon-flavored ingredients on food-service menus climbed about 11 per cent between the second quarters of 2011 and 2014, as restaurants used more in salad dressings, butters and sauces, according to Mintel Group Ltd.’s Menu Insights database.

Beverage Daily (France): Low quality aloe vera beverages threaten UK market, distributor warns. In August 2013 Mintel global food science analyst Stephanie Pauk said that aloe vera drinks were moving out of the medicine cabinet and into the mainstream.

Epirus Tv News (Greece): Συνδέονται με την παχυσαρκία και το διαβήτη τα τεχνητά γλυκαντικά;. Η εταιρεία ερευνών Mintel εκτιμά ότι το 5,5% των νέων προϊόντων που εμφανίστηκαν στη διεθνή αγορά το 2013, περιείχαν τουλάχιστον μία τεχνητή γλυκαντική ουσία, έναντι ποσοστού 3,5% το 2009.

Imerisia.gr (Greece): Κι όμως, τα τεχνητά γλυκαντικά μπορεί να ευνοούν παχυσαρκία και διαβήτη. Η εταιρεία ερευνών Mintel εκτιμά ότι το 5,5% των νέων προϊόντων που εμφανίστηκαν στη διεθνή αγορά το 2013, περιείχαν τουλάχιστον μία τεχνητή γλυκαντική ουσία, έναντι ποσοστού 3,5% το 2009

Newpost.gr (Greece): Tεχνητά γλυκαντικά «προκαλούν» παχυσαρκία και διαβήτη. Η εταιρεία ερευνών Mintel εκτιμά ότι το 5,5% των νέων προϊόντων που εμφανίστηκαν στη διεθνή αγορά το 2013, περιείχαν τουλάχιστον μία τεχνητή γλυκαντική ουσία, έναντι ποσοστού 3,5% το 2009.

E-go.gr (Greece): «Ενοχα» για παχυσαρκία και διαβήτη τα τεχνητά γλυκαντικά. Η εταιρεία ερευνών Mintel εκτιμά ότι το 5,5% των νέων προϊόντων που εμφανίστηκαν στη διεθνή αγορά το 2013, περιείχαν τουλάχιστον μία τεχνητή γλυκαντική ουσία, έναντι ποσοστού 3,5% το 2009.

Bakery and Snacks (France): FDA survey shows excellent compliance for gluten-free labelled foods, but what about non-labeled gluten-free? Market research firm Mintel pegged it at a massive $10.5bn in 2013, including anything with a gluten-free label.

NutraIngredients.com (France): Tired consumers boost sports and energy drinks market. Sales of energy drinks had risen from 45M litres to an estimated 550M litres between 2011 and 2014, climbing grom £1bn in 2011 to a predicted £1.3bn in 2014, Mintel claimed.

Beverage Daily (France): Energy drinks on the up. Sales of energy drinks had risen from 45M litres to an estimated 550M litres between 2011 and 2014, climbing grom £1bn in 2011 to a predicted £1.3bn in 2014, Mintel claimed.

Industrias Pesqueras (Spain): La cultura gastronómica española entra en la distribución británica. Mintel Holidays to Spain-UK, el 74% de los británicos asegura que merece la pena ir a España específicamente por la comida y el vino.

Bakery and Snacks (France): Can General Mills overcome the Annie’s acquisition backlash? Lynn Dornblaser, director of innovation and insight at Mintel, said buying into natural and organic makes sense for General Mills but undoubtedly came with drawbacks.

Bakery and Snacks (France): Gluten-free packaged foods benefit newly diagnosed coeliacs: Study. Meanwhile, Mintel figures show a rapid rise in gluten-free product launches over the past five years.

SpecialChem S.A (France): Mintel’s New Research Discusses Brazilian Influence in Cosmetics & Personal Care Industry. Brazilian influence is resonating dramatically in the beauty and personal care category – and new research from Mintel reveals just how much influence it has. Indeed, only 10% of skincare launches inspired by Brazilian lifestyles and ingredients were actually released in Brazil, while 90% of Brazilian inspired products were launched outside Brazil.

Premium Beauty News (France): Brazilian lifestyle inspires the cosmetics industry worldwide, Mintel reports. According to Mintel, 16% of the launches inspired by Brazil were found in France, and 14% in the UK between August 2013 and July 2014.

Euronews (France):  London designers target fashion-hungry shoppers with “tech firsts”. Online clothing sales in Britain are set to reach 10.7 billion pounds this year, an increase of 14.5 percent year on year, according to market research firm Mintel.

FashionUnited (FR (France): LFW: Streaming, tweets et vente en ligne. Le potentiel est là: la vente en ligne de vêtements devrait représenter 13,5 milliards d’euros en Grande-Bretagne cette année, selon le cabinet de recherche Mintel.

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Global Times (China): Mintel: Consumers reach for healthy alternatives this Mid-Autumn Festival as health becomes consumers’ number one priority

Shaghai Business News (China): Only 50% consumers will check the label before they buy food.

Money Weekly (China): Mintel: Chinese are paying more attention to health food

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

New Sarawak Tribune (Malaysia): World Vegetarian Day marks the start of a meat-free month. New research out of market research firm Mintel, meanwhile, found that the vegetarian market is on the rise around the world: in 2013, 12 percent of global food and drink product launches carried a vegetarian claim, up from six percent in 2009.

South China Morning Post (Hong Kong): Shops are offering other experiences to attract customers. By the end of this year, the total online retail market value growth in China will have grown by a factor of 10 over the past five years, according to market researchers Mintel, with fashion and tech especially in demand. Products can often be found cheaper too online.

약업닷컴 (Korea): 글로벌 마켓 베지테리언 푸드 5년 새 2배 ↑ 영국 런던에 소재한 국제적 시장조사기관 민텔社(Mintel)는 1일 공개한 자료를 통해 이 같이 밝혔다.

Tin tức Online (Vietnam): Thiếu máu vì nước “tăng lực”. Khuyến cáo được đưa ra sau khi khảo sát của nhóm phân tích tiêu dùng Mintel thấy rằng trong năm qua 61% người Anh có sử dụng đồ uống thể thao và đồ uống “tăng lực”.

The Star Online (Malaysia): Carnivores, can you go without meat for a month? New research out of market research firm Mintel, meanwhile, found that the vegetarian market is on the rise around the world: in 2013, 12% of global food and drink product launches carried a vegetarian claim, up from 6% in 2009.

Free Malaysia Today (Malysia): World Vegetarian Day marks the start of a meat-free month. New research out of market research firm Mintel, meanwhile, found that the vegetarian market is on the rise around the world: in 2013, 12 percent of global food and drink product launches carried a vegetarian claim, up from six percent in 2009.

헤럴드경제 (Korea): [리얼푸드 뉴스] 뜨는 ‘팔레오 다이어트’ 식품시장을 잡아라. 시장조사 전문기관인 민텔(Mintel)에 따르면 팔레오 다이어트에 앞서 미국 식품시장을 강타한 글루텐 프리 다이어트 시장이 2013년 약 105억 달러 규모에 이르렀으며, 2016년까지 48%의 성장률을 보일 것으로 전망하고 있다.

Viet Bao Viet Nam (Vietnam): Nước tăng lực khiến người uống thiếu sắt, mệt mỏi hơn?Các khuyến cáo được đưa ra sau khi các chuyên gia phân tích khách hàng của hãng Mintel cho công bố kết quả một cuộc khảo sát khác, vốn khám phá ra rằng, trong năm vừa qua, 61% người Anh đã sử dụng nước uống thể thao và 46% dùng nước uống tăng lực.

Yahoo! India Finance (India): Microsoft to open Fifth Ave store 5 blocks from Apple. Microsoft is going to be closely integrating devices and service and wants to present to consumers with one experiential location which they couldn’t previously provide, Sam Gee, senior technology analyst at Mintel, told CNBC in a phone interview.

61ef.cn (China): 英国鞋服零售市场在线销售达17% 国际调查公司Mintel数据显示,今年英国鞋服的销售总值有望达到162.4亿美元,比去年增长14.5%。

搜狐-财经 (China): 外媒:中国国产纸尿裤品牌异军突起 迅速开拓市场-搜狐财经. 英敏特(Mintel)中国研究总监徐如一表示,说服中国妈妈们使用纸尿裤是一个很慢的过程。“纸尿裤是宝洁在20世纪90年代引入中国的,让中国消费者使用这一产品花了相当长的时间。”

南方网 – 财经频道 (China): 外媒:中国国产纸尿裤品牌异军突起 迅速开拓市场. 英敏特(Mintel)中国研究总监徐如一表示,说服中国妈妈们使用纸尿裤是一个很慢的过程。“纸尿裤是宝洁在20世纪90年代引入中国的,让中国消费者使用这一产品花了相当长的时间。”

塑胶五金网 (China): 英国消费者爱网购 在线鞋服销售增长迅猛. 国际调查公司Mintel的数据显示,时尚电商帮助英国购物狂触动了正确的按钮,今年英国鞋服的销售总值有望达到162.4亿美元,同比去年增长14.5%。

中国食品商务网 (China): 英国:今年圣诞在线购物支出将达130亿英镑.  本月早些时候,Mintel研究人员预测,今年12月份在线支出额将达到47亿英镑,占总零售额的13%(总销售额预计达到365亿英镑).

财富中文网 (Hong Kong): 南瓜味食品:终极春药? – 财富中文网. 行业追踪机构英敏特(Mintel)发现,自2006年起,在美国人的菜单上,拥有南瓜成分的饮料数量增加了130%。而自2004年起,南瓜风味食物在菜单上的数量已经增加了10倍之多。

世界包装博览 (China): 来自多感官包装的灵感. 根据Mintel’s全球新产品数据库(GNPD),2009-2013年间美国推出的护肤产品中,75%含有软触摸包装的某些元素。最近,就连宠物食品、婴儿食品、乳制品、织物护理、健康护理和咸味调料这样的产品也开始将触觉与软触摸包装联系起来。

中国食品商务网 (China): 起泡酒将成葡萄酒市场新增热点 中国呈大增幅态势. Mintel市场调查公司2012年7月的调查报告称,英国市场香槟销量自2007年以来下跌了1/3,而普罗塞克和卡瓦等起泡酒的销量增长了超过50%。

Tissue World Magazine (Singapore): Private Label vs Brands: latest trends and developments. Worldwide, the private label and brands markets are rapidly evolving. In our Special Feature, TWM spoke to Mintel and Nielsen to get the latest on the respective markets in Europe and America. A TW report.

Toocle生意圈(China):  2014投资机构最看好的领域:新概念、垂直电商、餐饮. 虽然今年获得融资的外卖网站并不多,但都在千万美元级别以上,这说明资本市场对这一领域的未来发展相当看好,而快速消费品资讯服务商英敏特发布的报告也从侧面印证了这一点:中国的快餐和外卖市场规模在2017年预计将达到1.8万亿元。

投资与合作 (China): 2014投资机构最看好的领域. 虽然今年获得融资的外卖网站并不多,但都在千万美元级别以上,这说明资本市场对这一领域的未来发展相当看好,而快速消费品资讯服务商英敏特发布的报告也从侧面印证了这一点:中国的快餐和外卖市场规模在2017年预计将达到1.8万亿元。

每日甘肃网(China): 销量逐年萎缩MP3市场正在逐渐走向消亡-MP3-每日甘肃-I T.  根据市场研究公司Mintel的数据,2013年,英国市场MP3播放器的销售额为1.1亿英镑(约合1.78亿美元),仅为2012年3.81亿英镑的22%。

Chosunbiz – 프리미엄 경제 파워(Korea): [드라마산업 지각변동]② 드라마플랫폼 온라인·모바일 대세…”중국 시장 폭발적 성장”. 미국에서도 온라인과 모바일 동영상 서비스 시장이 확대되고 있다. 글로벌 리서치업체 MINTEL에 따르면 지난해 미국 회원제 동영상 스트리밍 시장(온라인기반의 실시간 동영상 서비스) 규모는 전년대비 25% 증가한 12억달러를 기록했다.

DoNews IT社区门户 (China): 新兴领域受资本热捧 千万美元融资成常态. 虽然今年获得融资的外卖网站并不多,但都在千万美元级别以上,这说明资本市场对这一领域的未来发展相当看好,而快速消费品资讯服务商英敏特发布的报告也从侧面印证了这一点:中国的快餐和外卖市场规模在2017年预计将达到1.8万亿元。

Cafe Biz (Thailand): Kinh doanh chuỗi cà phê: Thực đơn lợi nhuận. Nghiên cứu của Công ty Nghiên cứu thị trường Mintel cho thấy, tại Mỹ, người tiêu dùng đã chi tiêu khoảng 3 tỷ USD cho cà phê đóng viên single- serve, năm 2013 chi 6 tỷ USD cho cà phê rang xay truyền thống, 2,5 tỷ USD cho cà phê hòa tan. Dự báo năm 2018, chênh lệch giữa cà phê single-serve và cà phê truyền thống sẽ chỉ còn khoảng 1,4 tỷ USD.

中华纸业网(China): 英媒:中国纸尿裤品牌异军突起 能驱蚊测健康(图文. 英敏特(Mintel)中国研究总监徐如一表示,说服中国妈妈们使用纸尿裤是一个很慢的过程。“纸尿裤是宝洁在20世纪90年代引入中国的,让中国消费者使用这一产品花了相当长的时间。”

61ef.cn (China): 中国纸尿裤品牌异军突起 能驱蚊测健康. 英敏特(Mintel)中国研究总监徐如一表示,说服中国妈妈们使用纸尿裤是一个很慢的过程。“纸尿裤是宝洁在20世纪90年代引入中国的,让中国消费者使用这一产品花了相当长的时间。”

The Telegraph (India): Consumers Snacking More on Specialty Food. Specialty food consumers are spending more of their food dollars on specialty food this year, and the all-powerful millennial generation is gravitating toward specialty food for snacks and on-the-goal meals, according to new research from the Specialty Food Association. The findings are based on an online survey conducted by Mintel International in June 2014 of 1,649 adults aged 18+.

FACE妆点网 (China): 销量逐年萎缩 MP3市场正在逐渐走向消亡. 根据市场研究公司Mintel的数据,2013年,英国市场MP3播放器的销售额为1.1亿英镑(约合1.78亿美元),仅为2012年3.81亿英镑的22%。

中文科技资讯 (China): 英国《金融时报》:中国国产纸尿裤品牌异军突起. 英敏特(Mintel)中国研究总监徐如一表示,说服中国妈妈们使用纸尿裤是一个很慢的过程。“纸尿裤是宝洁在20世纪90年代引入中国的,让中国消费者使用这一产品花了相当长的时间。”

商虎中国 (China): 仅五成多消费者购食品前看标签. 英敏特(Mintel)中国研究总监徐如一表示,说服中国妈妈们使用纸尿裤是一个很慢的过程。“纸尿裤是宝洁在20世纪90年代引入中国的,让中国消费者使用这一产品花了相当长的时间。”

新华网 (Simp.) (China): 销量逐年萎缩 MP3市场正在逐渐走向消亡. 根据市场研究公司Mintel的数据,2013年,英国市场MP3播放器的销售额为1.1亿英镑(约合1.78亿美元),仅为2012年3.81亿英镑的 22%。Mintel预计,到2017年,英国市场MP3播放器的总销售额还将下降一半。而在最坏的情况下,5年后英国市场MP3播放器总销售额将仅为 2500万美元。

新华网——新华报刊——繁体 (China): 銷量逐年萎縮 MP3市場正在逐漸走向消亡. 根據市場研究公司Mintel的數據,2013年,英國市場MP3播放器的銷售額為1.1億英鎊(約合1.78億美元),僅為2012年3.81億英鎊的 22%。Mintel預計,到2017年,英國市場MP3播放器的總銷售額還將下降一半。而在最壞的情況下,5年後英國市場MP3播放器總銷售額將僅為 2500萬美

FT中文网英文版 (China): Domestic brands advance strongly in China. Persuading Chinese mothers to use disposable nappies has been a slow process, says Xu Ruyi, head of China research at Mintel. “Nappies were introduced to China by P&G during the 1990s and it has taken a long time for consumers to adopt the products.”

FT中文网(China): 国产纸尿裤品牌异军突起. 英敏特(Mintel)中国研究总监徐如一表示,说服中国妈妈们使用纸尿裤是一个很慢的过程。“纸尿裤是宝洁在20世纪90年代引入中国的,让中国消费者使用这一产品花了相当长的时间。”

中国服装鞋帽网 (China): 英国消费者爱网购 在线鞋服销售增长迅猛. 国际调查公司Mintel的数据显示,时尚电商帮助英国购物狂触动了正确的按钮,今年英国鞋服的销售总值有望达到162.4亿美元,同比去年增长14.5%。

国家食品质量监督检验中心 (China): 仅五成多消费者购食品前看标签. 随着中国人对良好生活方式和健康饮食习惯越来越关注,更多的消费者希望详细了解食品成分。市场研究和咨询机构英敏特(MINTEL)最近开展的健康生活理 念调查结果显示,52%的中国城市消费者会在购买食物前查看食品标签。他们最关注的是食物是否添加防腐剂、色素和其他对健康不利的成分。

Industry Sourcing (China): 英国鞋服网购增长速度迅猛. 國際調查公司Mintel的數據顯示,時尚電商幫助英國購物狂觸動了正確的按鈕,今年英國鞋服的銷售總值有望達到162.4億美元,同比去年增長14.5%。

61ef.cn (China): 英国鞋服行业零售市场 在线销售占总比17%.  Mintel还指出,大约30%的网购消费者表示,在线购买鞋服非常方便,已经不再需要去实体店购买。在线购物的消费者数量比实体店消费者数量多出28%,同比2013年增加2%。当然,目前确实有一部分消费者(12%)仅把网络当做“逛街浏览器”使用。

The Star Online (Malaysia): London designers target fashion-hungry shoppers with ‘tech firsts’. Online clothing sales in Britain are set to reach £10.7bil (RM56.37bil) this year, an increase of 14.5% year on year, according to market research firm Mintel.

財經- 新浪網 (Hong Kong): 餐企O2O店欲借外賣平台做大 配送速度成絆腳石. 繼團購之後,近來外賣配送成了餐飲O2O領域中另一個新舉措,外賣O2O大戰悄然打響。快速消費品資訊服務商英敏特發布的報告預測,中

Yahoo! India Finance: London’s fashionistas look to social media in tech drive. “Increased participation in shopping via smartphones and tablets has helped to bolster sales as consumers look to shop for clothes anytime and anywhere,” Tamara Sender, senior fashion analyst at Mintel, said in a press release on Friday.

The Times Of India: London designers adopt ‘digital first’ strategy to boost sales. Online clothing sales in Britain are set to reach 10.7 billion pounds ($17.41 billion) this year, an increase of 14.5% year on year, according to market research firm Mintel.

GMA Network: London designers target fashion-hungry shoppers with ‘tech firsts’. Online clothing sales in Britain are set to reach 10.7 billion pounds ($17.41 billion) this year, an increase of 14.5 percent year on year, according to market research firm Mintel.

The Straits Times (Singapore): Instant shopping at Fashion Week. 14.5 per cent year on year, according to market research firm Mintel

世界包装博览 (China): 软包装的发展和分化为各品牌提供了精神食粮. Mintel的全球新产品数据库(GNPD)显示,2009年至2013年期间,美国新推出的各类软包装食品全面增长34%。2013年,英国的对应数据 全面增长37%。根据Mintel于2014年5月公布的U.K. Food Packaging Report,2013年新推出的自立袋包装食品也有明显的上升,且一直持续到2014年三月份。从2012到2013年,巴西的软包装食品同比增长 24%,中国同比增长8%。

VIVAnews (Indonesia): Kunci Sukses Industri Fesyen Inggris: Media Sosial. Penjualan pakaian secara online di Inggris sendiri meningkat sebesar 14,5 persen dari tahun ke tahun, menurut perusahaan riset Mintel. Tak hanya Topshop, merek fesyen lainnya asal Inggris seperti Burberry juga meluncurkan koleksi cat kuku melalui akun Twitter resmi @Burberry.

管理资料下载 (China): 2014年品牌健康营销大趋势. “那些制造含糖、含脂肪产品的品牌,现在正面临着之前烟草公司面临的难题。”全球知名市场调查公司Mintel咨询机构资深潮流顾问理查德•科普(Richard Cope)告诫企业,他指的是现在人们贴在烟草公司身上的“不健康”标签

Yahoo! India Finance (India): London’s fashionistas look to social media in tech drive. “Increased participation in shopping via smartphones and tablets has helped to bolster sales as consumers look to shop for clothes anytime and anywhere,” Tamara Senders, senior fashion analyst at Mintel, said in a press release on Friday.

The Times Of India (India): London designers adopt ‘digital first’ strategy to boost sales. Online clothing sales in Britain are set to reach 10.7 billion pounds ($17.41 billion) this year, an increase of 14.5% year on year, according to market research firm Mintel.

中网资讯中心 (China): 百胜中国困局:过度依赖中国市场 却屡现丑闻. 这个快餐巨头遇到的大麻烦是:它过度依赖中国市场,却在把握这一市场时变得力不从心。品 消费品市场研究公司英敏特中国研究分析师刘

GMA Network (Philippines): London designers target fashion-hungry shoppers with ‘tech firsts’. Online clothing sales in Britain are set to reach 10.7 billion pounds ($17.41 billion) this year, an increase of 14.5 percent year on year, according to market research firm Mintel.

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