Mintel in the Media is a weekly review, bringing together a selection of the most high profile press stories showcasing Mintel’s data and analysis from around the world. Highlights from the past weeks include: US Time Magazine: Here’s what you should know about going gluten-free. Last year, Mintel reported that just 15% of Americans said they ate gluten-free foods. “We’ve seen exponential growth every year that we’ve written a report,” says Mintel food analyst Amanda Topper. “This huge health halo is the majority of what’s driving it.” Time Magazine: This is how the Big Mac is about to change. The increase in beef prices is a bigger issue, says Paul Pendola, manager of Menu Insights at market research firm Mintel. “We’ll see less beef, more less-expensive proteins and protein alternatives,” he predicts. Wall Street Journal: $450 credit cards: Should you pay for premium plastic? Revenue-hungry lenders have ramped up their pitches for fee-based credit cards this year. In the third quarter, 23% of the reward-card solicitations mailed to consumers were for cards that charge an annual fee, up from 20% in the second quarter and 17% a year prior, according to Mintel Comperemedia, a Chicago-based firm that tracks credit-card mail offers. MarketWatch: Is a premium credit card worth it? Revenue-hungry lenders have ramped up their pitches for fee-based credit cards this year. In the third quarter, 23% of the reward-card solicitations mailed to consumers were for cards that charge an annual fee, up from 20% in the second quarter and 17% a year prior, according to Mintel Comperemedia, a Chicago-based firm that tracks credit-card mail offers. MarketWatch: Detergent pods are dangerous—and expensive. Laundry detergents are one of the most expensive ongoing household product purchases, Mintel found. More than half of laundry detergent users said they buy in bulk to save money — another reason for declining sales — and nearly 3 in 10 said they wait to buy until a preferred brand goes on sale, while 1 in 4 said they buy whatever is on sale. Washington Post: Your beard is killing the shaving industry. “Facial hair is a lot more acceptable now, especially in the workplace. It’s no longer required that everyone shave every single day,” said Gabriela Elani, a personal care analyst with market researcher Mintel. In a survey last year, she said, just half of men said they were daily shavers. NASDAQ: $450 credit cards: Should you pay for premium plastic? Revenue-hungry lenders have ramped up their pitches for fee-based credit cards this year. In the third quarter, 23% of the reward-card solicitations mailed to consumers were for cards that charge an annual fee, up from 20% in the second quarter and 17% a year prior, according to Mintel Comperemedia, a Chicago-based firm that tracks credit-card mail offers. NASDAQ: Will your child be priced out of a college education? A recent survey conducted by Mintel corroborated these concerns in a poll of more than 2,000 adult Americans. In its study, just one in five people thought it was a smart idea to take out a student loan to get a college education in hopes of landing a well-paying job. To add context to these figures, more than half of all respondents in 2012 believed a student loan was a smart investment. Yahoo! Finance: $450 credit cards: Should you pay for premium plastic? Revenue-hungry lenders have ramped up their pitches for fee-based credit cards this year. In the third quarter, 23% of the reward-card solicitations mailed to consumers were for cards that charge an annual fee, up from 20% in the second quarter and 17% a year prior, according to Mintel Comperemedia, a Chicago-based firm that tracks credit-card mail offers. MSN: This is how the Big Mac is about to change. The increase in beef prices is a bigger issue, says Paul Pendola, manager of Menu Insights at market research firm Mintel. “We’ll see less beef, more less-expensive proteins and protein alternatives,” he predicts. Fast Company: Can a $200 beard-growing kit make you cool? We gave it a try. Between 2009 and 2013, the number of men with face fuzz increased 21%, and men’s grooming products in general are booming: Research firm Mintel has estimated the category could hit $3.2 billion in sales by 2016, as compared to $2.2 billion in 2006. Fast Company: Inside the booming Korean skincare market. In addition to its preventative approach, the Korean beauty philosophy is to use natural ingredients that align with “hanbang,” Korean medicinal theories using herbal ingredients such as ginseng, bamboo, green tea, and traditional processes like fermentation, a new trend in processing ingredients to allow for better absorption, says Diane Park, beauty analyst at global market research firm Mintel. Advertising Age: E-commerce is so huge now in China, some brands skip opening an actual store. In 2009, e-commerce represented 3% of total retail in China, and in 2014 it’s projected to hit 15.4 %, at $409 billion, according to the Mintel research firm. The size of the Chinese e-commerce sector surpassed that of the U.S. last year, Mintel said. Advertising Age:Five takeaways from Alibaba’s record-busting $9.3 billion shopping fest. China is the world’s No. 1 e-commerce market now, after surpassing the United States last year, according to Mintel. Alibaba owns a small U.S. e-commerce site called 11 Main, but it didn’t take part in the discount sale. Daily Finance: SodaStream switches focus from soda to sparkling water. We’re still drinking, just not sugary carbonated beverages. SodaStream brought up data from Beverage Digest and marketing research firm Mintel that shows a 33 percent surge in the sparkling water category in this country last year, with flavored sparkling water sales soaring by 62 percent. Men’s Health: Why National Men Make Dinner day is ridiculous. Fifty-seven percent of men reported that they “typically cook because” they “want to,” according to a 2014 Mintel survey. Prevention Magazine: Looking to eat clean? Then you need this new app. Data from research firm Mintel show that unregulated food packaging claims have risen drastically since 2009. Take, for example, the vague and unstandardized “all natural,” which now appears on 27% more products than it did 5 years ago. UT San Diego: Personal stylists aren’t just for the rich. Market research firm Mintel says 18 percent of women aged 18-34 who have bought clothes for themselves in the last year said they look to others for advice on fashion and style. And 12 percent of 18 to 24-year-olds said they would like a personal shopper to help them. Men were even more interested in personal styling, with 18 percent of them aged 25-34 saying they might shop more often if offered complimentary styling. CosmeticsDesign: Will the US lead the trend in custom fragrance? Mintel’s recent report on US consumer trends for the coming year suggests that the market is in this country is ready for customized personal care products. Brandchannel: Brand speak: Yahoo! insights guru Lauren Weinberg on engaging millennials. According to a recent Mintel report, millennials in the U.S. will have more than $1.4 trillion to spend by 2020. Outside Magazine: Why you need to be eating gourmet nut butter. According to data collected by consumer research company Mintel, the nut butter category grew 34 percent between 2008 and 2013. Nation’s Restaurant News: Chocolate at the heart of desserts designed for sharing. In fact, shareable desserts such as dessert pizza, dessert samplers and fondue, have experienced robust double-digit growth in the past three years, according to recent research conducted by Mintel Group Ltd. Dessert pizza has increased 67 percent from the second quarter of 2011 to the second quarter of 2014. Dairy Foods: Cheesemakers focus on bold flavors, nutrition labels and snacking. The greatest growth potential in the cheese category could come from highlighting the nutritional benefits, in particular the protein content, said the IDDBA’s Johnson, noting that Chicago-based Mintel has reported 55% of consumers agree that cheese is an inexpensive source of protein. Store Brands Magazine: Wise up to senior needs. After a lifetime of experience as consumers, this group also places a high priority on customer service, states global market research firm Mintel in its December 2013 “Senior Lifestyles — US” report. Seniors value having a personal relationship with the businesses they chose to patronize. CSP Magazine: Avoiding the cocoa chasm. “People are set in their way with their brand loyalty, which does not waver much, so not many ever switch,” said Marcia Mogelensky, food and drink analyst for Mintel. Prepared Foods: Alcohol in formulations. According to Mintel Group’s “Menu insights,” in the first quarter of 2014 there were 191 dishes with bourbon as an ingredient, 33 of which paired bourbon BBQ with a protein. Savory bourbon sauces also made their way into main dishes and side dishes, such as maple glazed bourbon bacon macaroni and cheese. The most successful of these items combines the richness of the bourbon with acidity coming from vinegar, citrus, tamarind or similar ingredients. Meat & Poultry: Keeping it safe and savory. A Mintel survey from 2013 found 54 percent of US consumers look at the sodium content listed on the Nutrition Facts Panel of packaged foods, said Stephanie Pauk, global food science analyst for Mintel, at the Institute of Food Technologists’ Wellness 14 event held this past March in Chicago. Another 49 percent specifically look for “reduced/no/low sodium/salt” on the panel, according to the survey. Meat & Poultry: Mintel: Gluten free will hit $8.8 billion in sales in 2014. The market for gluten-free products may be changing, according to Mintel. For example, 33 percent of consumers surveyed in 2013 agreed that “gluten-free diets are a fad.” The number increased to 44 percent of Americans in 2014. Food Technology: Thinking outside the cereal box for breakfast. Cold cereal has also reached a high level of saturation, with 91% of households already consuming it (Mintel, 2013). QSR Web: Customization, versatility driving the Asian food segment. This is directly in line with recent insight from Mintel, which predicted that Asia’s growing sphere of cultural and commercial influence will increasingly blur the lines between the East and West in the coming years. These blurred lines will create opportunities for Eastern-inspired innovation as consumers become more familiar with Asian products, services and lifestyles. Beverage Industry: Almond milk leads growth in the dairy alternatives segment. Plus, nearly two in five respondents to Mintel’s survey said they are interested in more sophisticated milk flavors. Fast Casual: Customization, versatility driving the Asian food segment. This is directly in line with recent insight from Mintel, which predicted that Asia’s growing sphere of cultural and commercial influence will increasingly blur the lines between the East and West in the coming years. These blurred lines will create opportunities for Eastern-inspired innovation as consumers become more familiar with Asian products, services and lifestyles. Food Processing: Plant based meat products: going beyond meat. Today’s consumers are more likely than ever to enjoy meatless products for their flavor, and to serve them alongside meat products, Mintel says. Perishable News: Gluten-free foods surge 63% in last two years. “Overall, the gluten-free food market continues to thrive off those who must maintain a gluten-free diet for medical reasons, as well as those who perceive gluten-free foods to be healthier or more natural,” says Amanda Topper, food analyst at Mintel. Nutraceuticals World: Gluten-free foods surge 63% in last two years. So it’s no surprise that recent Mintel research finds the gluten-free food market is estimated to reach sales of $8.8 billion in 2014, representing an increase of 63% from 2012-14. Food Business News: Mintel: Gluten free will hit $8.8 billion in sales in 2014. Bread and cereal are ripe for gluten-free growth, Mintel said, with only 1% of the overall segment termed gluten-free. Grocery Headquarters: Gluten-free foods surge. So it’s no surprise that recent Mintel research finds the gluten-free food market is estimated to reach sales of $8.8 billion in 2014, representing an increase of 63% from 2012-14. Baking Business: Mintel: Gluten free will hit $8.8 billion in sales in 2014. Mintel International estimates the market for gluten-free foods has grown 63% from 2012-2014, and the firm estimates it will achieve $8.8 billion in sales during 2014 New Hope 360: Naturex develops new health solutions for seniors. In fact, according to Mintel, within the next 40 years 20 percent of all consumers worldwide will be aged over 60. Canada The Globe and Mail: Your moisturizer’s in the mail: the appeal of beauty subscription services. According to the global market-research firm Mintel, the popularity of services such as Birchbox (others include Beautyfix and Test Tube in the U.S., Topbox in Canada and JolieBox in Britain, not to mention other membership services supplying monthly samples of everything from beer and spirits to meat) is likely linked to statistics showing consumer desire to try new things while also being able to purchase them in an easy-to-access location. The Globe and Mail: Club Coffee files competition complaint against Keurig. The single-serve coffee market in Canada has more than doubled since 2012 and the brewers are in almost half of Canadian homes, according to market research consultants Mintel. CBCNews: Jumping Bean Coffee joins in competition complaint against Keurig. This segment of the coffee sector has more than doubled since 2012, with market research consultant Mintel estimating that almost half of Canadian homes now have single-serve brewers. UK & Ireland The Telegraph: Home and family is lost ideal for the young. Richard Cope, a senior trends consultant at Mintel, which carried out the research, said: “While Millennials consumers seem to start off with traditional aspirations of marriage, children and possessions, it seems, as they grow, young adults are confronted with the financial and practical limitations of their dreams.” The Times: Family time and Facebook friends beat drink and drugs for today’s teenagers. Young people under 35 would rather start their own business than a family, a survey found. They see financial security as more important than a strong relationship, are more likely to save, and avoid smoking, heavy drinking and drugs because they see good health as the key to a successful life, the survey by Mintel found. The Telegraph: Cycling offers the former sportsman a new path to glory. Michael Oliver, who wrote the Mintel report, was not particularly complimentary about us as a breed: “Thirty or 40 years ago,” he said, “people would ride a bike for economic reasons, but our research suggests that nowadays a bicycle is more a lifestyle addition, a way of showing how affluent you are.” The Telegraph: How the UK is going crazy for almond milk. According to Mintel, one in five households now buys dairy-free milk or drinks. The Huffington Post: The World Is Running Out Of Chocolate (Partly Because We’re Eating Too Much). In fact, according to Mintel, the number of lemon-flavoured chocolate products has doubled over the past year globally. Daily Mail: Britain’s leading nail brand Nails inc launching first permanent US concession in New York. According to research by Mintel, sales of nail polish overtook lip colour for the first time last year with nail polish reaching £244 million and lip colour £242 million. Daily Mirror: Brits are drinking more non-alcoholic beer, but it still tastes TERRIBLE. Young people were keener on it than older adults said research by consumer trend group Mintel. The Guardian: Click-and-collect: a pick-me-up for the health of the high street. Mintel estimates that the value of click-and-collect orders, where you buy online but pick up your purchases in-store, will grow as much as 42% year on year in 2014. Marketing Week: Retailers get set for Christmas discount mayhem. And Mintel has forecast that UK like-for-like retail sales will rise 3% in December to £36.5 bn, with 13% of that online. Daily Express: Half of us now have no savings. Research by market analysts Mintel found that 45 per cent of people had no form of savings. Daily Mail: Cosy comfort food at your convenience: Keep out the chill with these warming supermarket indulgences…Retail analysts Mintel reports that while 21 per cent of us diet in spring or summer, just six per cent of us do in autumn. Daily Mail: A toast to the grand fromage of snacks. The most disconcerting story of the weekend came in Saturday’s Daily Mail. It reported a sharp drop in consumption of cheese on toast. According to the retail analyst Mintel, this might be caused by the fact that ‘cheese has had its critics in terms of the high levels of fat and salt.’ Daily Mail: Memo to Labour: It’s not your leader who’s the problem, it’s your policies, writes DOMINIC LAWSON. According to the retail analyst Mintel, this might be caused by the fact that ‘cheese has had its critics in terms of the high levels of fat and salt’. The Sunday Telegraph: Why cheese on toast is becoming a rarer bite. Richard Ford, from retail analysts Mintel – which carried out the study – said the fall could be because cheese has been criticised for having high levels of fat and salt. The Times (Magazine): Is Guy Martin the last real man in Britain? A few days before that, Mintel, the market research giant, came out with its definitive annual survey of the male shaving and hair removal industry. It revealed that 29 per cent of all British men have removed hair from their pubic area in the past 12 months. Metro: Apparently we’ve all lost our taste for good old cheese on toast. Richard Ford from retail analysts Mintel, who conducted the research, said: ‘‘To appeal to younger consumers, operators could boost interest by repositioning cheese on toast as an “open grilled cheese sandwich”.’ Daily Mail: The slice of British life that’s on the decline: We’re losing our taste for cheese on toast. Richard Ford, from retail analysts Mintel – which carried out the research – said the fall might have something to do with the fact that cheese has had its critics in terms of the high levels of fat and salt. Harpers: Major wine brands see double digit growth, says Mintel. Hardys, Linderman’s, Kumula and Casillero del Diablo have all posted double-digit value growth in a flat market, according to the latest wine report from Mintel. The Grocer: A whole new world of food. Mintel’s head of innovation, David Jago, suggests Korean food ‘is the new Asian’, for example. The Grocer: Kikkoman turning ethnic into everyday. According to Mintel, ethnic sauces are now being used by 75% of consumers. Retail Week: Many festive returns for retailers this Christmas. Research agency Mintel claimed earlier this year that online sales in December will grow by 13% against 2013 levels to £4.7bn, with a quarter of Brits saying they will be shopping more online this Christmas. Morning Advertiser: Drinkers’ thirst for non-alcoholic beer grows. One in seven British drinkers bought a non-alcoholic beer last year, highlighting improvements in taste and quality of alcohol-free alternatives, according to new figures from global research firm Mintel. EMEA Food-Navigator Asia (France): PD category busters: From ‘Teagurt’ to coffee fruit energy to Milo expansion. “It incorporates the refreshing and reviving elements of tea with the atiety elements that you would get from yoghurt,” said Mintel insights manager for Australia-New Zealand, south east Asia and Inside, Jane Barnett, of Kitin’s ‘Teagurt’ tea yoghurt in Japan. Food Navigator (France): DSM claims craft brewer interest in gluten-free beer enzyme. Van den Berg cited Mintel data showing that 10% of food and beverage launches excluding beer in 2013 were gluten free, compared with only 1% of beer launches, added to which ‘gluten free’ is the fifth most searched on Google. Food Navigator (France): Mintel: Big brewers should target non-alcoholic beer sweet spot in Europe. Mintel says European consumers have a growing thirst for non-alcoholic beer, and analyst Jonny Forsyth suggests big brewers should work harder to hit this sweet sport, particularly among older consumers. Planet Siol.net (Slovenia): Vse več trgovin brezmesno ponudbo menja za brezglutensko. Samo v ZDA se je potrošnja teh izdelkov v zadnjih dveh letih s 5,4 milijarde dvignila na 8,8 milijarde dolarjev, kažejo podatki podjetja za tržno raziskovanje Mintel. Metro (Belgium): La bière sans alcool a du succès en Europe. Une étude de marché menée par l’analyste Mintel montre qu’après avoir boudé ce type de boisson pendant des années, ces bières attirent de plus en plus les Européens. TextilWirtschaft (Germany): Studie: Europäer kaufen mehr Mode. Beträchtliche Unterschiede gibt es bei den Pro-Kopf-Ausgaben für Bekleidung, die Mintel im europäischen Durchschnitt für 2014 auf 693 Euro schätzt. In Norwegen wird mit 1229 Euro pro Kopf das meiste Geld für Bekleidung ausgegeben, in der Schweiz sind es 1110 Euro. 4-Traders (France): Kroger : Wholesome Habits: Better-for-you private labels. Nearly one-third of consumers say such product claims influence their snack purchases, according to research firm Mintel. Hospitality Industry (Netherlands): Specialty Food Association Unveils Picks for Holiday Gifts for Food. New consumer research from the Specialty Food Association and Mintel shows that chocolate, cheese and baked goods top the list of food gifts this holiday season. Marketing Directo (Spain): ¿Por qué Alibaba arrasa con todos los récords? Ahora China es número uno en el mercado mundial del comercio electrónico, después de que el pasado año superara a Estados Unidos, según la consultora Mintel. 4-Traders (France): Associated Banc : Bank invites customers to challenge their bank. “According to a recent Mintel Report, sixty-five percent of people say they do not trust banks,” said Christopher Piotrowski, chief marketing officer at Associated. Bullfax.com (Bulgaria): This Is How the Big Mac Is About to Change. The increase in beef prices is a bigger issue, says Paul Pendola, manager of Menu Insights at market research firm Mintel. “We’ll see less beef, more less-expensive proteins and protein alternatives,” he predicts. Agronews (Greece): Οριακή αύξηση στο 0,8% της οινικής αξίας το 2014, προβλέπει η Mintel. Οριακή αύξηση στο 0,8% της οινικής αξίας το 2014, προβλέπει η Mintel Consudel (Netherlands): Standplaats Amsterdam voor HI & NI. Marktonderzoeker Mintel schetst bijvoorbeeld een overzicht van de gezondheidsindustrie aan de hand van seminars gegeven door exposanten. ČT24 — Česká televize (Czech Republic): Německo zamýšlí obří privatizaci. Ve hře je pošta i dráhy. Výzkumná společnost Mintel předpovídá, že evropské tržby v tomto sektoru se do roku 2018 proti roku 2012 zvýší na zhruba dvojnásobných 323 miliard eur (8,9 bilionu Kč). Le Republican Lorrain (France): Le sans gluten gagne du terrain. AFPEn France, 4% de la population dit suivre un regime sans gluten (une proteine qu’on trouve dans le ble, le seigle et l’orge), comme 8% en Italie, 7% en Allemagne et 6% en Espagne, selon Mintel, une societe d’etudes de marche basee a Londres. Mistrz Branży (Poland): Stewia â€“ sÅ‚odka z natury. Firma Mintel Oxygen Webinar (zajmująca się śledzeniem trendów rynkowych) w raporcie o stewii z 2011 r. MediereNet.ro (Romania): China online, brandurile importante analizeaza rentabilitatea magazinelor fizice. Daca in 2009 comertul online reprezenta 3% din retailul total din China, in acest an piata va atinge 15,4% si o valoare de 409 miliarde de dolari, potrivit companiei de cercetare Mintel. La Tribune (France): Yildiz, le groupe turc qui veut grignoter sa part du marché du biscuit à Mondelez. Jodie Minotto, analyste spécialiste du marché agroalimentaire mondial au sein du cabinet Mintel, estime que: “Ülker est un bijou de la couronne pour le groupe Yildiz. (…) Cet accord est particulièrement avantageux “ APAC Ringer Packeging .com(China): 谈包装之“男女有别” 在2014 个人护理品技术高峰论坛上，英敏特信息咨询（上海） 有限公司北亚太区行业洞察经理顾蓓蓓女士做了以“包装的性别化”为主题的演讲。通过全球各地的上市新品，她为我们解析了如何利用不同的包装元素做出针对男性消费者或女性消费者的包装产品。 好奇心日报Qdaily（China): 2015 新趋势：化妆品主打功能是抗击污染 市场调查公司英敏特发布了《2015 消费者趋势》报告，有如下发现：可穿戴设备广为接受，消费者期望变高,消费者关心健康，抗污染化妆品受欢迎,消费者追求便利性，希望需求即刻被满足…… 好奇心日报Qdaily（China): 奶酪到底为什么会在中国流行起来 根据市场调研机构英敏特（Mintel）2014 年 10 月的一份报告，中国的奶酪市场从 2009 年的不到 2 万吨迅速增加到 2014 年近 7 万吨，年均增长率达到 30.8％。其中 77% 的比例为餐饮渠道——5 年前，这些 B2B 订单所占的比例更高。当时，几乎所有在中国发展的奶酪品牌都没想过要大力推广面向普通消费者的零售业务。 一财网(Yicai.com) (China): 影响2015年消费的四大趋势 市场研究咨询公司英敏特（Mintel）发布了《2015年中国消费者趋势》的研究报告，报告基于消费市场现况并结合消费者导向，揭示了四大或将重要影响2015年中国消费市场的综合趋势。 CLAN氏族（China): 中国消费者四大未来趋势， 不看就out了！ 近日，全球领先的市场研究咨询公司Mintel英敏特，最新发布了《2015年中国消费者趋势》的研究成果，报告基于消费市场现况并结合消费者导向，客观揭示四大或将重要影响2015年中国消费市场的综合趋势，并给出对于中国消费市场发展契机的精准洞察。Mintel英敏特北亚太区行业洞察经理顾蓓蓓表示，该四大中国消费趋势对消费者及品牌商均具前瞻性助益。 中商情报网（China): 2015年中国消费者趋势报告要点解读消费趋势分析 市场调查公司英敏特发布了《2015 消费者趋势》报告，有如下发现：可穿戴设备广为接受，消费者期望变高,消费者关心健康，抗污染化妆品受欢迎,消费者追求便利性，希望需求即刻被满足。 国际在线 (China): 绿发鹏程：引领环保新趋势 激活千亿大市场. 根据权威调查公司Mintel的调查报告显示，美国拥有35%的消费者愿意在绿色产品上多花费预算购买. Asia Food Journal (Singapore): Global Vegetarian F&B Products Gaining Ground. New research from Mintel has found that 12% of global food and drink products launched in 2013 carried a vegetarian claim, up from 6% in 2009. 中国经济网 (繁体) (China): 綠髮鵬程：引領環保新趨勢 激活千億大市場. 根據權威調查公司Mintel的調查報告顯示，美國擁有35%的消費者願意在綠色産品上多花費預算購買。 东北新闻网 (China): 绿发鹏程：引领环保新趋势 激活千亿大市场–社会频道. 美国消费者偏好绿色产品，这个趋势坚定不移。根据权威调查公司Mintel的调查报告显示，美国拥有35%的消费者愿意在绿色产品上多花费预算购买。而美国的销售型公司会投其所好，多多选择和执行环保趋势的企业进行合作。 The Star Online (Malaysia): Toasting zero-alcohol liquors. A recently released report out of market research group Mintel, for instance, found that sales of non-alcoholic beer spiked last year, particularly among older consumers and female teetotalers in Spain and Germany. Detik.com (Indonesia): Orang Eropa Kini Lebih Suka Minum Bir Tanpa Alkohol. Menurut laporan terbaru grup penelitian pemasaran, Mintel konsumen di Eropa terutama di Spanyol dan Jerman mulai melirik bir non alkohol. Brunei Times: Vietnam’s love affair with coffee vendors. Results of a survey on the coffee markets in Asia conducted by British Mintel Marketing Research Company show that Vietnam accounted for one-fourth of all coffee products sold in the Asian markets in the past two years. Free Malaysia Today (Malaysia): Non-alcoholic beer growing in popularity. According to a new report out of market research group Mintel, consumers across Europe are giving non-alcoholic beer — which used to suffer a bad rap for its inferior flavor — a second chance, most notably in countries like Spain and Germany. The Malay Mail Online (Malaysia): Demand for non-alcoholic beer grows in Europe. According to a new report out of market research group Mintel, consumers across Europe are giving non-alcoholic beer — which used to suffer a bad rap for its inferior flavour — a second chance, most notably in countries like Spain and Germany. 中国食品商务网 (China): 葡萄酒七大销售渠道面对面. 英敏特(Mintel)曾发布行业分析报告指出，到2017年中国葡萄酒市场消费能力将达到28.27亿升，消费总额达到938亿元人民币，增长幅度达102.5%。葡萄酒正逐步从啤酒和中国传统蒸馏饮料市场中争夺份额。 上海金融报 (China): 英敏特发布《2015年中国消费者趋势》. (记者潘晟)市场研究咨询公司Mintel英敏特近日发布了《2015年中国消费者趋势》的研究成果，该报告基于消费市场现况并结合消费者导向，客观揭示四大或将对2015年中国消费市场产生重要影响的综合趋势。 生活元素(China): 双十一看中国消费趋势 双十一大战刚刚落幕，全球领先的市场研究咨询公司Mintel英敏特就发布了《2015年中国消费者趋势》的研究报告，基于消费市场现况并结合消费者导向，客观揭示四大或将重要影响2015年中国消费市场的综合趋势，并给出对于中国消费市场发展契机的精准洞察。 看看新闻网 (China): Mintel：2015年中国消费者趋势报告要点解读. 【Mintel：2015年中国消费者趋势报告要点解读】市场调查公司英敏特发布了《2015 消费者趋势》报告，有如下发现：一、可穿戴设备广为接受，消费者期望变高。二、消费者关心健康，抗污染化妆品受欢。三、消费者追求便利性，希望需求即刻被满足。 Yahoo! Singapore Finance (Singapore): Specialty Food Association Unveils Picks for Holiday Gifts for Food Fans. New consumer research from the Specialty Food Association and Mintel shows that chocolate, cheese and baked goods top the list of food gifts this holiday season. Yahoo! India Finance: Printers to wearables: Epson takes smart tech punt. Sam Gee, senior technology analyst at Mintel, said that while Epson is known amongst consumers for its printers, it will find it hard to immediately gain traction in the wearable market. 上海商报 (China): 智能化、健康化产品最受市场欢迎. 全球化的市场研究咨询公司Ｍｉｎｔｅｌ英敏特最新发布了《２０１５年中国消费者趋势》，该报告显示，超过８１％的中国消费者愿意为更便捷的产品和服务买 单；同时，有４０％的中国消费者愿意为“保护他们免受环境污染的产品”上花更多的钱，这意味着智能化、健康化产品会迎来更广阔的市场。 看看新闻网 (China): 199IT每日报告:Mintel：2015年中国消费者趋势洞察报告. 199IT每日报告#【Mintel：2015年中国消费者趋势洞察报告】一、更加智能：1.万物联网理念将逐渐改变消费者与日用品的互动方式；2.引 起更多关于可穿戴设备使用规范的讨论；二、抗击污染：1.更多品牌会在社会责任或产品宣称方面使用抗污染表达 http://t.cn/R7E6ZjM Hong Kong Economic Times (Hong Kong): 【駐滬專電】調查：75%中國消費者認為O2O將取代實體店. 《經濟通通訊社駐滬記者吳天佑7日上海專電》市場調研機構英敏特（Mintel）在上海發表「2015年中國消費者趨勢」調查結果，強調線上到線下（O2O）消費的需求正迅速提升，75%受訪中國成人更認為網上購物最終將取代實體店。 ET Net (Hong Kong): 【駐滬專電】調查：７５％中國消費者認為Ｏ２Ｏ將取代實體店. 《經濟通通訊社駐滬記者吳天佑７日上海專電》市場調研機構英敏特（Ｍｉｎｔｅｌ）在上 海發表「２０１５年中國消費者趨勢」調查結果，強調線上到線下（Ｏ２Ｏ）消費的需求正迅速 提升，７５％受訪中國成人更認為網上購物最終將取代實體店。 FT中文网英文版 (China): Dust off your razors – baby-soft skin is back. Market researcher Mintel found that the 28 per cent of men in the UK who were bearded had a marked effect on spending habits. Brazil Exame PME: Os restaurantes sobre rodas ganham cada vez mais espaco nas cidades brasileiras. Segundo uma pesquisa da consultoria britanica Mintel, mais da metade dos brasileiros optou por esse tipo de alimentacao pelo menos uma vez neste ano. “Ha uma demanda por conveniencia, comida de qualidade e precos acessiveis”, diz Naira Sato, analista senior da Mintel. Folha de S. Paulo: Novas cervejarias artesanais fortalecem Ribeirao Preto no setor. De acordo com dados da consultoria britânica Mintel, o consumo de cerveja artesanal no Brasil cresceu 36% em três anos. Em 2010, foram consumidos 280 milhões de litros. Em 2013, chegou a 380 milhões de litros. Supermercado Moderno: Compra de Carnes e Aves no Supermercado. Ao comprar carnes e aves, cerca de 74% dos brasileiros preferem o supermercado, embora utilizem pouco tipicos de varejo. E o que aponta pesquisa da Mintel, empresa global de inteligencia de midia. Meio & Mensagem: Quanto mais quente melhor. Dados da consultoria Mintel, que projeta um faturamento de R$ 5 bilhoes ate o fim deste ano e R$ 8 bilhoes, ate 2017 para o setor de sorvetes. Beauty Packaging: Brazilian Men Value Brand Recognition. Male consumers in Brazil demonstrate a high level of brand loyalty when shopping for beauty and personal care products. The Mintel’s Men’s Toiletries report reveals that almost half (45%) of Brazilian men affirmed thtat they “tend to buy the same brand of toiletries. Super Hiper: Mais que matar a sede. Em relacao as bebidas alcólicas, destaca-se o potencial da categoria de vinhos. Analise feita pela Mintel, revela que com um consumo per capita inferior a 2 litros/hab/ano, o Brasil é um mercado com grandes possibilidades de crescimento e os vinhos nacionais comecam a ser reconhecidos internacionalmente. Atualidade Cosmetica: Protecao UV sob uma perspectiva global. 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. Mundo do Marketing: 7 insights para shopper Marketing. Com a diminuição de tempo na rotina, a internet passou a ser mais utilizada para compras. Segundo um relatório da Mintel, o e-commerce brasileiro teve um aumento de quase 250% nos últimos cinco anos e deve subir mais 130% entre 2013 e 2018. Brazil Beauty News: Tendencia: O corpo nu em pelo. Na vida do homem moderno, a questão dos pelos vai muito além do simples fato de fazer a barba. Segundo recente pesquisa da Mintel , 50% da população britânica reconhece que hoje existe uma pressão maior para que os homens eliminem os pelos do corpo ou, pelo menos, que aparem e cuidem. You might also be interested in: No related posts.