Mintel in the Media is a weekly review, bringing together a selection of the most high profile press stories showcasing Mintel’s data and analysis from around the world. Highlights from the past weeks include: UK & Ireland The Daily Telegraph: Big brash and brazenly American – but Black Friday is here to stay. Richard Perks, retail analyst at Mintel, says: ‘It’s an entirely American phenomenon, but it has no resonance over here. You just get a sense that some American executive has thought ‘it’s huge in America, it must be huge over here’.’ Bloomberg: ‘Le Black Friday’ Now Global With Deals Just a Click Away. British shoppers are expected to spend 200 million pounds ($316 million) more today than the average, according to researcher Mintel. That would be about 20 percent more than a typical December Friday, and roughly double the increase last year, Mintel says. The Daily Telegraph: In Brief. A study by Mintel, the consumer analysts, shows that the rise of discount supermarkets means shoppers are trading up and traditional ‘budget’ foods, such as pizza, are being replaced with premium products. The Economist: Discount supermarkets: Going native. Customers also seem to prefer the growing number of locally sourced products at Aldi and Lidl to the internationally sourced ranges of its competitors, according to Sophie Dorbie at Mintel. The Independent: Amazon kicks off Black Friday frenzy into week-long marathon. Black Friday 2014 is expected to be the biggest online shopping day ever in the UK, with Mintel predicting it will generate £200m of sales, twice as much as last year. The Times: Need to know: Your 5-minute digest. Black Friday: Shops are likely to take £200 million on ‘Black Friday’ at the end of this week – the day after Thanksgiving in the United States – double the sum generated a year ago, according to research by Mintel for Retail Week. Metro: Amazon deal now delivers to 10,500 PO pick-up points. £200m of sales expected this Black Friday – making it the biggest UK online shopping day ever. Source: Mintel Daily Mail: HARRIET ARKELL SAVVY SHOPPER: Sex up your G&T with cucumber garnishes and a dollop of marmalade. Jonny Forsyth, Mintel’s global drinks analyst, says: ‘The UK has seen an escalation of boutique brands in the past few years and these are performing strongly not just in high end gin bars but also in retail. You can buy several craft brands in Tesco, for example.’ The Daily Telegraph: The latest beer craze is here, and it’s booze free. Jonny Forsyth, global drinks analyst at Mintel, said that lower alcohol means calorie-conscious drinkers can last longer at the pub. Some German brands in particular are marketed as vitamin-fuelled isotonic drinks that don’t hurt the tradition of the post-exercise beer. Retail Times: Field marketing specialist, eXPD8, has top tips to help retailers get ready for Black Friday. While online sales are expected to increase more moderately than the same period last year, according to research by Mintel, this year an unprecedented number of physical retailers will also take part in Black Friday promotions that are expected to deliver £200m of sales. The Daily Telegraph: Store wars loom as Black Friday starts early. November 28 is expected to be the biggest online shopping day so far in the UK, with Mintel predicting it will generate £200m of sales, twice as much as last year. Financial Times: US retailers move Black Friday sales push online. According to Mintel, the research company, this year’s Black Friday could generate up to £200m of UK sales – double 2013’s figure. The Sun: Are energy drinks poisoning our kids? Market research analyst Mintel says 73 per cent of 16 to 24-year-olds ‘rely’ on energy drinks to keep them going. The Times: Shoppers to splurge £6000 every second. According to the latest figures from Mintel, the market research agency, retail sales will rise by 3 per cent this Christmas to £36.5 billion. Financial Times: High spirits and hangovers after MPs target ‘beer ties’ Chris Wisson, senior drinks analyst at Mintel, the market research group, said that distribution of craft beer has been held back by the tied pubs system. “The craft movement has been limited on-trade because about 40 per cent of the pubs are tied,” he said. “So if the measure does go through, you would probably see more big brewers looking to acquire smaller businesses.” The Guardian: The cocoa crisis: why the world’s stash of chocolate is melting away. “When I was a kid there were two chocolate cereals and your mother wouldn’t give them to you unless you did your homework,” says Marcia Mogelonsky, a food and drink analyst for Mintel, based in Chicago. Last year, she says, “40% of cereal launches had chocolate in them”. Retail Week: Retailers countdown to Black Friday bonanza. Mintel estimates next week’s event will be twice the size of last year’s, which generated sales of £100m, as more retailers scramble to grab a slice of the action. Chinadaily European: Consumers seeking protection from pollution. According to new research by Mintel, 40 percent of the population bought items designed to protect themselves from the effects of environmental pollution in the past year. US Washington Post: Start the day right by making smart choices about yogurt and cereal. Almost two-thirds of Americans want more healthful breakfast options, according to a survey from the market research firm Mintel, and a walk down any supermarket cereal aisle shows that manufacturers know it. Forbes: Pumpkin spice: the flavor that rules the fall. According to food industry tracker Mintel, use of pumpkin as an ingredient in beverages alone has grown 130% since 2006, and pumpkin in food on menus has grown ten-fold since 2004. US News & World Report: 5 credit card predictions for 2015. Andrew Davidson, a senior vice president at Mintel Comperemedia, a market research firm that studies credit card offers, agrees. “As the economy strengthens and delinquency rates remain low, instead of targeting consumers with high FICO scores, they’re extending offers to consumers with less-than-stellar credit.” Business Insider: 54 bizarre ways you can track the economy. Research firm Mintel estimated men’s underwear sales fell 2.3% in 2009, the first time since 2003. Fortune Magazine: How a kosher turkey company meets the Thanksgiving rush: An ancient-modern balancing act. Market research firm Mintel found in 2009 that 62% of survey respondents listed food quality as the reason why they buy kosher food, compared to 14% who said they did so because of religious law. LA Weekly: Sales of gluten-free foods surge almost 70%, despite no increase in celiac disease. According to the new research by the London-based market research firm Mintel, the U.S. gluten-free food market is estimated to reach sales of $8.8 billion in 2014 and will only continue to grow, especially as new FDA regulations “make it easier for consumers to purchase gluten-free products and trust the manufacturers who make them,” says Amanda Topper, food analyst at Mintel. NBC Chicago: 7 tech trends for 2015. “It’s a world of synced devices that will become mainstream in 2015,” said Stacy Glasgow, a Chicago-based consumer trends consultant for market research firm Mintel. “It’s no longer about startups or early adopters. We’re seeing a lot of big retailers giving consumers smart products and devices.” Glasgow said that in Mintel’s research, the company found that 59 percent of U.S. consumers were interested in using an app or device to control their home. About 22 percent already owned a wearable device already. “We definitely see that number in a position to grow,” she said. Parents Magazine: Report: the best way to treat eczema in kids is… The AAP currently recommends bathing your baby three times a week or less, however a study conducted by the market-research firm Mintel Group found that households reported using baby shampoos and bathing products closer to five times a week, according the WSJ. Just Style: Slow fashion: a fast-growing opportunity? A report by market research company Mintel in April found that more than 20% of US consumers bought clothes at a fast fashion retailer last year, up from 14% four years ago. MediaPost Marketing Daily: Deck the malls with Boomer shoppers. According to Mintel, Boomers’ number one source for researching holiday gifts is the Internet, but many still prefer to make their purchases in the store. 43% of men ages 55 and up, and 38% of women in that age group, say they research items online, then wait to find them on sale in stores. Whole Foods Magazine: Consumers are going coco-nuts. Much of the boom has been led by coconut water, a sector that saw product launches increase more than five fold over the five-year period starting in 2008, according to Mintel. Prepared Foods: Gluten-free foods surge 63%. “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. Beverage World: New beverage targets LDL cholesterol. In fact, according to Mintel, within the next 40 years 20% of all consumers worldwide will be aged over 60. EMEA Die Welt (Germany): Für Aldi wird es schwer in China. Tescos 135 Filialen werden mit den rund 4000 CR-Vanguard-Märkten zusammengelegt, die CRE betreibt, heißt es in einem aktuellen Report des Marktforschungsunternehmens Mintel. Cosmetics Design Europe (France): Dry shampoo market grows as consumer perceptions change. The dry shampoo category has gone from 1% of all new shampoo products in 2009, to 5% in 2014, according to Mintel, and Lindal says it is because consumers have been won over by today’s newer products, which deliver a wider variety of end-user benefits. Die Welt (Germany): Warum Aldi es in China schwer haben wird. Im Mai einigte sich Tesco deshalb mit einer der größten Supermarktketten des Landes, China Resources Enterprise (CRE), ein Joint Venture zu gründen. Tescos 135 Filialen werden mit den rund 4000 CR-Vanguard-Märkten zusammengelegt, die CRE betreibt, heißt es in einem aktuellen Report des Marktforschungsunternehmens Mintel. Confectionery News (France): Reducing portion sizes: Cutting calories or cheating consumers? A survey by Mintel found that while 23% of consumers believed mini-sized chocolate bars were a good way to control their chocolate consumption, 56% of chocolate buyers said they feel cheated if manufacturers kept the product the same price but reduced the pack size. Food Navigator (France): Quiet’ salt reduction is vital – but gourmet salt growth may stifle industry efforts. Laura Jones of Mintel also noted that taking a quiet approach to salt reduction may be a benefit for consumer preferences – noting that sodium-reduced products ‘are often perceived as tasting inferior to their higher-sodium counterparts.’ SYS-CON (Germany): MarketResearch.com: Consumers Will Shop More Online This Black Friday. According to a report by Mintel International Group Ltd., retailers need to build loyalty throughout the year to ensure consumers want to come to their store when the big shopping days come up at the end of the year. NRC Q (Netherlands): De krokodillen-index en 53 andere rare getallen die laten zien hoe de economie ervoor staat. Research firm Mintel estimated men’s underwear sales fell 2.3% in 2009, the first time since 2003. Fashion Magazine.it (Italy): Black Friday: con l’online si “dilata” a tutto il mese di novembre. Secondo la società di ricerca Mintel, il Black Friday quest’anno potrebbe generare in Gran Bretagna ricavi per 200 milioni di sterline, in crescita a due cifre sul 2013. Retailer.RU (Russia): Пиво теряет градус. Интерес к безалкогольному пиву растет по всей Европе благодаря спросу со стороны пожилых людей, мусульман, женщин, говорят данные исследовательской группы Mintel. ОКО ПЛАНЕТЫ (Russia): Шоколад может исчезнуть с полок магазинов к 2020 году. «Когда я была ребёнком, сухие завтраки с шоколадом продавались только двух видов. И нам их покупали только за хорошую учёбу, – говорит Марсия Могелонски, эксперт по продуктам питания в компании Mintel. – Теперь 40% наших сухих завтраков – шоколадные». Positions and Promotions (Croatia): Chinese consumers seeking protection from pollution. According to new research by Mintel, 40 percent of the population bought items designed to protect themselves from the effects of environmental pollution in the past year. 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. APAC 中国化妆品网（China)：男士面部护理市场年复合增长率达20%. 全球消费品研究机构英敏特昨日发布的研究报告显示，中国男士面部护理市场将在５年内实现成倍增长。至２０１９年市场总值将增至１５４亿元人民币，几乎相当于２０１４年８０亿元市场总值的两倍。 我爱公关网 51pr(China): Mintel英敏特发布《2015 年中国消费者趋势》近日，市场研究咨询公司Mintel英敏特发布了《2015年中国消费者趋势》的研究成果，基于消费市场现况并结合消费者导向，揭示四大或将重要影响2015年中国消费市场的综合趋势。 广告门ADQUAN (China): Mintel英敏特发布《2015 年中国消费者趋势》近日，市场研究咨询公司Mintel英敏特发布了《2015年中国消费者趋势》的研究成果，基于消费市场现况并结合消费者导向，揭示四大或将重要影响2015年中国消费市场的综合趋势。 Ringier Hapi (China): Mintel：中国男士面部护理5年内或将成倍增长 男士护肤市场正成为中国个人护理品市场的新热点。来自英敏特日前发布研究报告显示，中国男士面部护理市场将在5年内实现成倍增长。至2019年，市场总值将增至154亿元人民币，几乎相当于2014年 80亿元人民币的市场总值的两倍。 Asia One (Singapore): Chinese men spending more on facial care. Currently, only 4 per cent of facial care products in China are for men, but they have become a new engine of growth for the whole market, said a report released by the UK-based research firm Mintel Group onTuesday. 上海商报（China): 用护肤品等于不够男人？这样的传统认知在今日中国已不占多数。全球消费品研究机构英敏特昨日发布的研究报告显示，中国男士面部护理市场将在５年内实现成倍增长。至２０１９年市场总值将增至１５４亿元人民币，几乎相当于２０１４年８０亿元市场总值的两倍。 Qdaily(China): 还觉得男人不护肤？ 根据今日市场调研机构英敏特（Mintel）发布的研究报告显示，中国男士面部护理市场将在 5 年内实现成倍增长。至 2019 年，市场总值将增至 154 亿元人民币，几乎相当于 2014 年 80 亿元人民币总值的 2 倍。 Asia News Network (China): Chinese men spending more on facial care – ANN. Currently, only 4 per cent of facial care products in China are for men, but they have become a new engine of growth for the whole market, said a report released by the UK-based research firm Mintel Group on Tuesday. Sina English (China): Men spending more on facial care. Currently, only 4 per cent of facial care products in China are for men, but they have become a new engine of growth for the whole market, said a report released by the UK-based research firm Mintel Group on Tuesday. People’s Daily (China): Chinese men spending more on facial care. Actuellement, seulement 4% des produits de soins du visage en Chine sont destinés aux hommes, la clientèle masculine étant devenu un nouveau moteur de croissance pour l’ensemble du marché, indique un rapport venant d’être publié par la firme de recherche britannique Mintel Group. China Daily (China): Men spending more on facial care. Currently, only 4 percent of facial care products in China are for men, but they have become a new engine of growth for the whole market, said a report released by the UK-based research firm Mintel Group on Tuesday. 上海热线 (China): 中国男士面部护理市场有望于2019年实现成倍增长.上海热线讯：今日发布的英敏特研究报告显示，中国男士面部护理市场将在 5 年内实现成倍增长。至 2019 年，市场总值将增至 154 亿元人民币，几乎相当于 2014 年 80 亿元人民币的市场总值的两倍。 Food & Beverage News (India): At HIE 14, Naturex to showcase food and beverage concepts for seniors. Leslie Lannebere, business manager, Naturex, said, “In developed countries people are living longer, and the trend in developing countries is heading the same way. In fact, according to Mintel, 20 per cent of all consumers worldwide would be aged over 60 within the next 40 years.” Digitown (China): Mintel英敏特发布《2015 年中国消费者趋势》. （中国上海，2014年11月5日）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。 市场营销智库 (China): Mintel英敏特发布《2015 年中国消费者趋势》报告. 近日，市场研究咨询公司Mintel英敏特发布了《2015年中国消费者趋势》的研究成果，基于消费市场现况并结合消费者导向，揭示四大或将重要影响2015年中国消费市场的综合趋势。 China Daily Asia (Hong Kong): Consumers seeking protection from pollution. “As consumers become more sophisticated in the area of health and well-being, their ultimate goal for adopting healthy lifestyles has moved beyond simply functional benefits varying by life stages and different demographic groups,” said Laurel Gu, a senior research analyst with the UK’s Mintel Group. 헤럴드경제 (Korea): [리얼푸드 뉴스] 亞太 어린이 건강기능식품 시장 성장 ‘쑥쑥’. 글로벌 리서치 업체 민텔(Mintel)에 따르면, 지난 2년간 동남아시아에서 출시된 건강기능식품 중 성장기용 우유 제품이 전체 비중의 8%를 차지하며 시장을 주도 하고 있는 것으로 나타났다. Brazil Mundo do Marketing: Classe C vê a sua situação financeira menos negativa que em 2012. Pesquisa Mintel revela que depois de comprar os itens essenciais, sobra no final do mês pouco dinheiro (34%) ou nada (25%) no bolso de 59% dos consumidores da classe média, segundo a atual percepção da situação financeira da classe. Mundo do Marketing: Promissor mercado de cervejas especiais cresce 36% em três anos. Entre 2010 e 2013, a alta na quantidade de litros vendidos foi de 36%, enquanto as versões comuns apresentaram queda de 3% no país, segundo levantamento da Mintel. Apesar do potencial demonstrado, o segmento ainda representa apenas 4% do mercado. Atualidade Cosmetica: Oportunidades na Proteção. O mercado de protecao solar no Brasil é a subcategoria de produtos para a pele que mais deve crescer no periodo entre 2012 e 2016. É o que aponta uma pesquisa da consultoria britanica Mintel. Super Hiper: De promissores …a fidelizadores. Ainda sobre os hábitos de consumo dos brasileiros envolvendo material de limpeza, a Mintel identificou que, na hora de gastar com esses itens, as classes medias e baixas tem como premissa a relacao custo-beneficio. IT (Ingrediente e Tecnologia): Sucralose bate o aspartame na guerra dos adoçantes. Entre os lançamentos de produtos alimentícios e bebidas contendo adoçantes intenso,o uso da sucralose, durante os últimos cinco anos, tem permanecido relativamente constante, encontrado em cerca de 40% dos lançamentos. You might also be interested in: No related posts.