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

UK

Financial Times British shoppers keep ‘caution’ at the top of their shopping lists Many Britons are “still in survival mode” even as the country emerges from recession, the British Lifestyles report by Mintel says, with the “savvy shopper” looking for quality products but at bargain prices.

The Times We’re spending less on the good life Mintel predicted that the pay-television sector would grow strongly this year, with subscriptions forecast to reach 17.2 million households, compared with 13.7 million households five years ago.

Mail On Sunday Our rekindled love for goods made in Britain: Rise in demand for home-produced products and food fuelled by arrival of royal baby and reputation for quality Ina Mitskavets, Senior Consumer and Lifestyles Analyst at Mintel, said: ‘Brand Britain has enjoyed a veritable revival in the aftermath of the London Olympics, the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee and the births of Prince George and Princess Charlotte; events that boosted the UK’s profile overseas. This also enabled British brands to use themes of heritage and nostalgia to their benefit, both domestically and abroad.

BBC Breakfast Laura Jones, Global Food Science Analyst, is interviewed about consumers growing awareness of food and drink fortified with vitamins and minerals in connection with M&S’s launch of Vitamin D bread.

BBC World Global Food and and Drink Analyst David Turner discusses the latest Tate & Lyle results and the company’s strategy going forward.

The Telegraph The beard is far from dead, as sales of shaving products continue to fall In 2014, sales of razors and blades fell sharply by 3.6pc, and Mintel, the market research company, says that hirsuteness will continue to shave off profits in 2015.

Daily Mail Britons stick to frugal habits they picked up in the bad times – even though incomes are finally on the rise Emma Clifford, Senior Food Analyst for Mintel, said this sugar slump contributed to a rise in stevia-sweeted products and that recent innovations are the ‘tip of the iceberg’ for the use of the ingredient.

Daily Mail Our rekindled love for goods made in Britain: Rise in demand for home-produced products and food fuelled by arrival of royal baby and reputation for quality Ina Mitskavets, Senior Consumer and Lifestyles Analyst at Mintel, said: ‘Brand Britain has enjoyed a veritable revival in the aftermath of the London Olympics, the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee and the births of Prince George and Princess Charlotte; events that boosted the UK’s profile overseas. This also enabled British brands to use themes of heritage and nostalgia to their benefit, both domestically and abroad.

The Telegraph The rise of the salt and pepper set: why the over-50s can no longer be ignore British 45-54 year olds have the highest household ownership of digital or video cameras (excluding mobile phones) with 56 per cent owning one, compared to the national average of 51 per cent, according to Mintel. The same is true with sat navs and quite a few other devices.

The Telegraph Roja Dove, ‘the nose’, on creating a Western aoud cult The bet has paid off, he admits, as the global perfume market will be worth $45.6bn (£29bn) by 2018, according to the market research company Mintel.

The Independent From roses to pretty sweet peas, growers join forces to bring native flora to UK florists The supermarkets currently have a 60 per cent share of the cut-flower market, according to Mintel, with 70 per cent of customers buying flowers as a gift rather than for themselves.

The Telegraph Where have all the women gardeners gone, ask Chelsea organisers Figures from Mintel show that Britons spend more on garden accessories such as furniture or barbecues than they do on gardening equipment.

The Daily Mail One in ten of us now eat Polish cuisine: Availability of specialities such as spicy cured sausages in supermarkets fuelling interest among Britons And market analysts Mintel said the increased availability has fuelled interest among Britons. One in three of the 1,000 adults Mintel surveyed said seeing different cuisines in shops encourages them to try new recipes.

The Guardian Spilling the beans on China’s booming coffee culture “Coffee culture has been developing in China,” says Esther Lau, a research analyst with market research firm Mintel. China’s massive and rapid urbanisation, along with a growing number of Chinese travelling overseas, are the factors she believes are behind the development of coffee drinking.

The Grocer Are veggies being left out in the cold? Twelve per cent of British adults follow a vegetarian or vegan diet [Mintel], and one in five 16 to 24-year-olds don’t eat meat.

BBC News Greggs: The baker that is stopping selling loaves Still, 83% of consumers still buy packaged, sliced loaves, according to the market research company Mintel.

Bloomberg Business M&S Results Mintel Director of Retail Research Richard Perks discusses Marks & Spencer earnings and what he thinks could help the retailer. He speaks to Bloomberg’s Mark Barton and Manus Cranny on “Countdown.”

The Telegraph Hummus and mutiny: what happened when my family went vegan According to retail analysts, Mintel, the UK’s plant-based non-dairy industry is worth £150.6 million. Between 2011 and 2014, it grew by a staggering 155 percent, with growth in 2015 likely to be higher still.

The Grocer Focus on meat free 2015 Twelve per cent of British adults follow a vegetarian or vegan diet Mintel], and one in five 16 to 24-year-olds don’t eat meat.

Sky News Sky News With Anna Jones, 13:53. Richard Perks discusses Booker’s aquisition of Londis and Premier.

Financial Times FT Weekend celebrates its 30th birthday Home cookery was featured but restaurant reviews weren’t, perhaps reflecting the view, reported in Mintel’s 1985 “British Lifestyles” survey, that “within the lifestyle of British people eating out is a non-essential item in the budget”.

The Times Get on your bike: 20 beautiful routes for the weekend And five years since the UK market research firm Mintel first coined the term, the Mamil (Middle-Aged Man in Lycra) is flourishing.

Daily Mail HARRIET ARKELL SAVVY SHOPPER: Are you ready for chicken curry pizza? Supermarkets dream up ever more bonkers (but surprisingly tasty) toppings… A study by retail analysts Mintel found that six in ten of us were open to ordering unusual toppings such as pear or apricot on our pizzas, while the trends team at Pizza Hut say they’re considering launching a pizza topped with ‘frickles’, or fried pickles.

Sunday Times The cat’s pyjamas: plain gear lifts M&S A recent Mintel market research report on consumer attitudes found that while M&S core customers were the over-55s, a higher proportion of women overall describe it as a favourite brand.

The Guardian Meat market: the rise of premium burger joints in Britain And although a large proportion of those billions is attributable to burger giants such as McDonalds and Burger King, the desire for better food in informal settings and better burgers is a concept that has gained momentum over the past few years, says Helena Childe, senior foodservice analyst at Mintel.

Financial Times Big US retailers overtaken in brands ranking shift According to Mintel market research, Alibaba’s online retail platforms, Taobao and Tmall, accounted for more than 70 per cent of Chinese online retail sales in 2013.

BBC News The myth of bad British teeth Whatever the priority, UK private spending on improving teeth has increased sharply. It reached £1.86bn last year, according to the market research group Mintel, up 27% since 2010.

Financial Times Pure Gym bulks up with LA Fitness deal About 32 per cent of gym users in the UK prefer to pay per visit, according to Mintel, while 39 per cent would like to pay a flat annual fee and 22 per cent would like to pay only for the facilities they use.

The Telegraph Inside Yeo Valley: the family farm that’s taking on big dairy  Yoghurt sales have trebled since the 1970s, as eating habits from continental Europe have spread to Britain. Estimated at £2bn in 2014, sales of yoghurt and yoghurt drinks experienced growth of almost 14pc since 2009, according to figures from research firm Mintel.

The Guardian Spilling the beans on China’s booming coffee culture “Coffee culture has been developing in China,” says Esther Lau, a research analyst with market research firm Mintel.A high price is considered a sign of quality in China, says Lau. “The more expensive the better. There is still this concept in China, and Starbucks and Costa realise this,” she adds. “They want to brand themselves as premium chains, that’s why they price slightly higher in China.”

How To Spend It – Financial Times Rose perfumes Moreover, since Mintel research reports that 25 per cent of UK scent consumers are bewildered by the volume of scents in circulation, something as distinct as rose should be an advantage.

Daily Mail Not brushing your teeth can trigger dementia and heart disease: A unique experiment shows how bad dental hygiene wrecks your entire body’s immune system We collectively spend millions of pounds on over-the-counter kits to make them whiter. A survey last year by Mintel found that more than one in ten Britons had used a whitening product in the previous month. But these DIY kits simply don’t work.

Daily Mail Are own brands as good as the real thing? SAVVY SHOPPER’s quality test reveals all Sales of own-label food and drink have soared from £40.6 billion in 2009 to £48.3 billion last year, according to Mintel, who analyse our shopping habits. And the figure is expected to rise again to £49.7 billion this year.

The Times Stop ‘pushing’ sugary snacks, NHS chief warns food firms The intervention came as research by Mintel found that the market for fizzy drinks has stagnated after years of growth.

International Business Times UK Britain’s booming burger scene will get more competitive as Smashburger enters market Britons love burgers. A recent Mintel estimate put the value of the UK burger market at £2.79bn ($4.37bn), so it is no surprise that a number of US firms are eyeing up a chunk of the so-called “premium” segment.

Research Live Spending down in all consumer sectors except food UK — Shopping habits started in the recession appear to have become entrenched, with consumers more likely to have spent less in every area apart from in-home food, according to Mintel’s British Lifestyle report.

Food Manufacturer ‘First UK protein bakery’ announced Meanwhile, consumers voted protein as the most trustworth nutrient, according to a global survey carried out by Mintel.

The Food & Drink Innovation Network Cathedral City launches flavoured cheddar range The range has been developed in response to consumer interest in new flavoured cheeses, with 41% of cheese users in a recent Mintel survey saying they would be interested in trying cheese with unusual flavours.

Cosmetics Business Infographic: Body care sales pick up in Asia The US continues to account for the lion’s share of sales with a value of $2.943bn in 2014, according to Mintel.

International New York Times From a fast-food truck to a restaurant chain How often a food truck become a restaurant is unclear, but Julia Gallo-Torres, of Mintel, the marketing research girm, said it was probably an anomaly rather than the norm.

US

Forbes Forget Lilly Pulitzer: Will Rising Consumer Confidence Make Target Shoppers Mad About Plaid? The Mintel Group released its American Lifestyles 2015 report this week citing steady increases in the $421.8 billion clothing, footwear, and accessories category. Mintel forecasts continued growth of 14.7% to reach $483.6 billion by 2019.

WSJ Don’t Throw Out Those Well-Loved Shoes In a 2014 survey that included 807 men, 53% tended to shop at a few favorite clothing stores, according to Mintel. Attentive repair services “can create that kind of loyalty and keep them coming back,” says Diana Smith, senior retail and apparel analyst at Mintel.

Los Angeles Times Is organic food worth the higher price? Many experts say no – LA Times The market research firm Mintel released a study last week showing that younger consumers — the fickle Gen X and millennial crowds — are decidedly cynical about the high prices charged for organic goods.

TIME Magazine Why Consumers Don’t Trust ‘Organic’ Labels Organic products are all over grocery store shelves and menus, but consumers don’t have much faith in the “o” word, according to a study from market research firm Mintel.

CNBC Mixing Cuisines, Mexicue Moves Beyond the Food Truck How often a food truck becomes a restaurant is unclear, but Julia Gallo-Torres, of Mintel, the marketing research firm, said it was probably an anomaly rather than the norm. “A lot of food truck start-ups just remain food trucks,” and often the owners burn out after a period of time, she said. “Food trucks are not sustainable because of the lifestyle. They tend to be owned by people who have to work and do all of the jobs that are involved there. It’s not something they want to do long-term.”

Crain’s Chicago Business Why some Chicago chefs think the future of the restaurant biz is brunch Overall, diners want an affordable indulgence—”something they can’t re-create at home,” says Paul Pendola, a food service analyst at market research firm Mintel.

Washington Post – Bloomberg EBay Plots European Growth With Click-and-Collect Expansion Britain, where researcher Mintel estimates that 17 percent of all online retail sales will be collected from stores this year, is becoming increasingly important for EBay.

Chicago Tribune Survey says more than half of shoppers check online reviews  But scouring online reviews has become an increasingly important part of purchasing decisions, according to a report from global market intelligence firm Mintel, helping unsure shoppers sort through deep piles of options but at the risk of feedback overload.

TechCrunch Inventors, Entrepreneurs And The Space In Between Got a hot idea for a new product? You’re not alone. However, hard data on exactly how many products are introduced each year is surprisingly sparse. So far, the best source I’ve found is Mintel’s Global New Product Database. According to the firm, over 20,000 new products from 50 countries are added each month. Product categories include beauty and personal care, household and home, automotive, clothing, and consumer electronics, among others. It gets complicated though, because other categories that would more typically be defined as services than products – like travel, financial services, and telecommunications – are also included.

MediaPost Study Finds Half of Consumers Think Organic Labeling Is An Excuse To Charge More For all of their increasing health-consciousness and concern about the origins of food, a surprisingly large number of Americans don’t understand what organic labeling really means, according to new research from Mintel.

The Consumerist Nearly 70% Of Consumers Rely On Online Reviews Before Making A Purchase That is according to a survey of 2,000 U.S. adults for the American Lifestyles 2015 report from global marketing firm Mintel, which found that perusing online reviews is now an integral part of how consumers make purchases.

QSR Magazine Dining Out Increases With Consumer Confidence According to Mintel flagship report American Lifestyles 2015, a comprehensive look at American consumer markets, over the next five years total sales are forecast to increase by 21.9 percent.

CSPnet.com Organic Oversell? Organic labels face both a challenge and an opportunity. As more people question the validity of these brands, they also have ample room to grow their share: Thirty-three percent of individuals indicated they purchased a food or beverage labeled as organic within the past three months, according to new research from Chicago-based research organization Mintel.

StoreBrands Safety concerns not hurting energy-drink consumption In fact, new research from global market research firm Mintel found that the percentage of U.S. millennials consuming energy drinks increased from 55 percent in 2014 to 61 percent in 2015, despite the fact that 74 percent of older millennials express concerns about product safety (compared to 65 percent of consumers overall).

Convenience Store Decisions Mintel Finds Americans Reverting To Pre-Recession Spending Habits Mintel’s flagship report ‘American Lifestyles 2015’ shows that now that the economy is rebounding Americans are going back to their pre-recession habits when it comes to spending and accruing debt.

Convenience Store News Older Millennials Emerge as Core Energy Drink & Shot Consumers Although energy drinks and energy shots have caught a bad rap over safety concerns for their containing certain ingredients, these products are expected to remain popular particularly with older millennials (aged 27-37) who may be transitioning into parenthood, a new Mintel report revealed.

Convenience Store Decisions Millennials Drive Energy Drink Consumption A recent report by Mintel found that even though some consumers have concerns about safety of certain ingredients, it hasn’t slowed down consumption.

Bevnet.com Mintel: Despite Safety Concerns, Older Millennials Consuming More Energy Drinks Millennial consumers are increasingly aware of and concerned about energy drink ingredients, but that hasn’t slowed their consumption of highly caffeinated beverages, according to a new report from Mintel.

Beverage Daily Forget extreme sports – it’s about extreme parenting! Energy drinks may market to millennials but parents’ consumption is on the rise The pressures of raising children, juggling work and home life, and other daily responsibilities mean older millennials are increasingly turning to energy drinks, according to a report from Mintel.

Package Design America is back to pre-recession spending habits of save less and spend more According to Mintel flagship report American Lifestyles 2015, a comprehensive look at American consumer markets, over the next five years total sales are forecast to increase by 21.9 percent.

Supermarket News Mintel: 50% of Americans say organic label is excuse to charge more Many U.S. consumers don’t understand the purpose of the USDA organic label or the regulations behind it, according to a new report from Mintel.

Speciality Food Association Energy Drinks Maintain Appeal Despite Health Concerns According to a new Mintel report on energy drinks, millennials boosted their energy drink consumption to 61 percent from 55 percent in 2014, even as 74 percent of older millennials (ages 27–37) had higher concerns about product safety than consumers overall.

Specialty Food Association Consumers Increasingly Prefer Green Products More consumers are buying “green” and placing greater importance on the eco-friendliness of products. According to new Mintel research, they’re also becoming more wary of greenwashing tactics.

MSN.com What You Need to Know Before Getting a Manicure Mintel’s Nail Color and Care US 2015 report found that 67 percent of its respondents reported interest in using natural brands that offer chemical-free, or at least, low-chemical polishes (all polish must have some chemicals to even adhere to the nail).

Quartz Exhausted moms and dads are the heaviest consumers of energy drinks But according to a new report from Mintel, a market research group, childless men are not the most likely to guzzle an energy drink or throw back an energy shot—dads and moms, it turns out, are even bigger fans.

Store Brands Skincare device market is primed for growth According to the March “Beauty Devices — US” report from global market researcher Mintel, the skincare device market is primed for growth, as women are motivated to purchase products that offer convenience and promise professional results.

Premium Beauty Beauty devices still have room for growth in the U.S. but face many challenges, says Mintel US women are most likely to associate cleansing (44%) and exfoliating (55%) benefits with skincare devices, as opposed to topical skincare products. However, while innovation around lower-priced items continues, many devices remain out of reach for the average female consumer, according to Mintel latest report on beauty devices in the USA.

Household and Personal Products Industry Left to Their Own Devices According to a new study by Mintel, deep cleansing continues to be a prominent feature of the category, with sonic cleansing brushes generating the highest usage among listed devices in the US (20%).

Michigan Chronicle Black hair relaxer sales are slumping because of this The consumer research group Mintel reported that hair relaxer sales dropped from $206 million in 2008 to $152 million in 2013, while sales of products to maintain natural hair are on the rise. “The natural hair trend is driving an increase in sales of styling products such as styling moisturizers, setting lotions, curl creams, pomades, etc.,” said Tonya Roberts, multicultural analyst at Mintel. “A look at expenditures from 2008 to 2013 shows steady growth in the Black hair care category for all categories except relaxers and perms.”

Dairy Foods Does nutrition matter? Do consumers know what they are getting when they buy organic food? A study from market researcher Mintel casts doubt on consumers’ understanding of the category. The Chicago-based firm said, “Americans appear confused about the benefits of organics, with many perceiving the organic label as nothing more than an excuse to sell products at a premium.”

Candy Industry Candy companies take note: More consumers are turning to online reviews for everyday items A new Mintel flagship report American Lifestyles 2015, a comprehensive look at American consumerism, shows that 69 percent of Americans look to the internet for advice and opinions on goods and services before purchasing.

Household and Personal Products Industry Form & Function “Consumers are looking for packaging that helps them in one way or another and eases their personal care and beauty chores,” said Viktorija Gnatoka, global packaging analyst, Mintel, Chicago. “There is no doubt that in the beauty market, aesthetic appeal of packaging also matters and serves as a great selling point. However, when consumers bring products home and start using them is when they really evaluate and appreciate the various attributes of packaging—such as easy to open, easy to use or apply, easy to reclose or easy to recycle.”

Specialty Food Association Grain-Free Diet Emerges from Gluten-Free Trend A 2014 Mintel consumer survey found that 43 percent of Americans said they plan to eat less processed foods in the coming year.

Food Processing Product Focus: Meatless Meals In Mintel’s “The Protein Report: Meat Alternatives-U.S.,” which was published in January, the market research firm advises the meat alternative market to embrace its role as a true alternative to meat.

Natural Products Insider Video: Mintel on Interesting Probiotic Applications and Marketing Challenges INSIDER grabbed some time with Lynn Dornblaser, director of innovation and insight for Mintel, at this year’s Ingredient Marketplace trade show in Orlando in early April. Here she talks about the new, interesting probiotic applications being introduced around the world, including an oral health product in Japan, and she provides some insight into how consumers handle technical language used in probiotic product marketing.

Candy Industry Crossroads for chocolate? The uncertain future of confectionery’s favorite food. So is the chocolate market, indeed, at a crossroads in the United States, and are we seeing the 2.0 version of a chocolate renaissance? Blondeel believes so. “According to a Mintel report, about 55 percent of Americans adults eat chocolate on a weekly basis,” she points out.

Food and Beverage Packaging Trends: What’s next? Gluten-free sriracha? In late 2014, Mintel reported that gluten-free foods had surged 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. “The category will continue to grow in the near term, especially as FDA regulations make it easier for consumers to purchase gluten-free products and trust the manufacturers who make them. Despite strong growth over the last few years, there is still innovation opportunity, especially in food segments that typically contain gluten.”

Beauty Store Business Seasonality Is the Latest Key Beauty Trend “Our research shows that consumers are becoming increasingly aware of–and concerned about–how changes in the environment are affecting the condition of their skin and hair. Already, beauty manufacturers have started to go beyond taking simple seasonal approaches geared to public holidays or gifting occasions and instead are taking on the elements within their product innovation,” said Jane Henderson, global president of Mintel’s beauty and personal care division.

Nutritional Outlook Pea Protein Is Coming Up Strong Between 2013 and 2014, the number of global food and drink product launches featuring pea protein increased by 49%, according to a report by Stephanie Mattucci, global food science analyst, Mintel.

Bloomberg America is back to pre-recession spending habits of ‘save less and spend more;’ uptick in recreation and technology spending for 2015 According to Mintel flagship report American Lifestyles 2015, a comprehensive look at American consumer markets, over the next five years total sales are forecast to increase by 21.9 percent.

Bloomberg Seven in 10 Americans seek out opinions before making purchases According to Mintel flagship report American Lifestyles 2015, a comprehensive look at American consumerism, Americans not only use the internet to stay connected to work, family and friends, but 69 percent seek out advice and opinions on goods and services before purchasing.

CANADA

Bloomberg Goal-oriented Canadian consumers adopt ‘sensible spending’ attitude for 2015, despite forecast spending increases across nonessential categories According to Mintel flagship report Canadian Lifestyles 2015, a comprehensive look at Canadian consumer markets, spending is expected to continue to rise, surpassing the $1 trillion mark reached for the first time in 2013 and is estimated to reach $1.084 trillion with expenditure increasing by 4.7 percent over the next five years.

Huffington Post Canada What Do Canadians Do With Extra Cash? Pay Off Debts, Report SaysThe review by market intelligence agency Mintel, released Wednesday, found Canadians are focused on paying off debts and making cutbacks when it comes to their finances. “There is a glimmer of hope, however, with consumers still looking to treat themselves to long- and short-term rewards, creating a mood of sensible spending for 2015,” said Carol Wong-Li, senior lifestyle analyst at Mintel.

CBC How McDonald’s has shaped the food biz McDonald’s has “skill in organizing the things that can benefit society in the long run,” says Patty Johnson, global food analyst for market research firm Mintel.

Macleans.ca Four stories in Canada we’re watching today The review by market intelligence agency Mintel, released Wednesday, found Canadians are focused on paying off debts and making cutbacks when it comes to their finances. “There is a glimmer of hope, however, with consumers still looking to treat themselves to long- and short-term rewards, creating a mood of sensible spending for 2015,” said Carol Wong-Li, senior lifestyle analyst at Mintel.

Metro News Four stories in the news today, June 3 The review by market intelligence agency Mintel, released Wednesday, found Canadians are focused on paying off debts and making cutbacks when it comes to their finances. “There is a glimmer of hope, however, with consumers still looking to treat themselves to long- and short-term rewards, creating a mood of sensible spending for 2015,” said Carol Wong-Li, senior lifestyle analyst at Mintel.

Metro News Repaying debt priority of Canadians with extra money: report The review by market intelligence agency Mintel, released Wednesday, found Canadians are focused on paying off debts and making cutbacks when it comes to their finances. “There is a glimmer of hope, however, with consumers still looking to treat themselves to long- and short-term rewards, creating a mood of sensible spending for 2015,” said Carol Wong-Li, senior lifestyle analyst at Mintel.

Huffington Post Canada Shoppers Believe Organic Labels Are Just An Excuse To Charge More According to a new study by market research firm Mintel, consumers still don’t trust organic labels.

The Telegram Repaying debt a priority of Canadians with extra money, report says The review by market intelligence agency Mintel says Canadians are focused on paying off debts and making cutbacks when it comes to their finances.

The Guardian Repaying debt a priority of Canadians with extra money, report says The review by market intelligence agency Mintel says Canadians are focused on paying off debts and making cutbacks when it comes to their finances.

Yahoo! News Canada More than just burgers and fries: How McDonald’s has shaped the food biz McDonald’s has “skill in organizing the things that can benefit society in the long run,” says Patty Johnson, global food analyst for market research firm Mintel.

Yahoo! News Canada Repaying debt a priority of Canadians with extra money, report says Mintel noted that Canadian consumer spending rose to $1.084 trillion in 2014, up 4.7 per cent from 2013.

Yahoo Finance Repaying debt a priority of Canadians with extra money, report says The review by market intelligence agency Mintel, released Wednesday, found Canadians are focused on paying off debts and making cutbacks when it comes to their finances. “There is a glimmer of hope, however, with consumers still looking to treat themselves to long- and short-term rewards, creating a mood of sensible spending for 2015,” said Carol Wong-Li, senior lifestyle analyst at Mintel.

Strategy Magazine Dining out, vacations still important for Canadians Household debt is causing some Canadians to tighten their belts, but many are still willing to make “sensible splurges” in non-essential categories, according to a new report from market research company Mintel. “While the drop in oil prices was expected to give consumers extra cash for spending, the record-high level of household debt is top of mind among Canadian consumers leading them to adopt a slightly more conservative approach to spending, focusing on paying off debts and making cutbacks,” Carol Wong-Li, senior lifestyle and leisure analyst at Mintel.

Marketing Magazine Pizza battles for share of stomach as sales decline The Mintel study suggests frozen pizza consumption falls with age, with only 56% of Canadians 65 and older saying they eat frozen pizza – well below the national average of 74%. With this particular demographic set to grow 19% by 2019, the report says the trend places further “financial risk” on what Mintel describes as a “faltering” market.

Canadian Grocer Fighting for a bigger slice of the (pizza) pie There’s still plenty of pep in pepperoni, but changing consumer tastes–particularly among older Canadians and millennials–could potentially spell trouble for frozen pizza sales says a new report from market research firm Mintel.

Canada NewsWire Pizza battles for share-of-stomach with mounting pricing issues swaying Canadian consumption Even as Canadians become more aware of how eating habits affect their health, pizza remains a staple of their diets. According to a new report from Mintel, three quarters (74 percent) of Canadian adults ate frozen pizza in the six months preceding 2015 and 81 percent ate restaurant or take-out pizza during the same time period. Despite its popularity, volume and dollar sales of pizza have declined notably over the past five years.

APAC

Jiemian 关税降了!哪些进口商品会更便宜? 根据市场调查机构英敏特集团有限公司(Mintel Group Ltd.)公布的统计结果显示,在2014年出境购物的中国消费者中,有90%的人购买了个人护理产品和化妆品,有85%的人购买了衣服和鞋子,64%的人购买了婴儿食品和婴儿护理产品。不过,对于跨国公司来说,这始终是个好消息,英敏特中国高级分析咨询师顾菁表示,这类公司的产品将在中国更有价格竞争力,同时对于那些潜在的想进入中国的品牌来说,他们会对这个市场更有兴趣,“尤其在个人护肤品和母婴产品这个门类。”

China Daily Import tax slashed to boost sales “This is obviously good news for international companies who are already selling imported products in China, as it means higher profit margins,” said Laurel Gu, a senior lifestyle analyst at Mintel China, a market research agency. “It can be encouraging for overseas brands who are looking to enter the Chinese market. Mintel’s consumer research shows that, in categories such as baby food, personal care, household appliances and digital products, Chinese consumers show a clear preference toward international brands over domestic brands.”

ifeng 外媒:中国调低化妆品等进口关税 望将消费留在国内一些行业观察人士指出,此次中国政府下调部分进口商品关税将使得一些全球性企业受益。市场调查机构英敏特集团有限公司(Mintel Group Ltd.)高级调查分析师琳达-李在接受记者采访时表示:“对在中国的跨国际企业来说,政府降低进口关税是个好消息。关税的降低使得进口商品在中国市场提升价格竞争力。”

财经网 金丝猴遭重罚193万:起底糖果行业“山寨史” 据英敏特的报告,以巧克力品类为代表的中国市场在未来五年内稳步增长,有望在2019年销售额超过499亿元人民币。而对2870名用户调查显示,超过65.4%的消费者会选择更昂贵的德芙、费列罗、瑞士莲等高端品牌。

新京报 重罚193万!起底金丝猴“山寨史” 据英敏特的报告,以巧克力品类为代表的中国市场在未来五年内稳步增长,有望在2019年销售额超过499亿元人民币。而对2870名用户调查显示,超过65.4%的消费者会选择更昂贵的德芙、费列罗、瑞士莲等高端品牌。

CBN Weekly 雀巢困局:库存积压 与中国消费者渐行渐远 英敏特咨询公司的报告显示,过去5年,速溶咖啡的年复合增长率仅为13.5%,市场份额从2009年的80.7%降至2014年的71.8%,这个趋势未来还会持续,到2019年,英敏特预测速溶咖啡的市场份额会降至66%。2013年,雀巢速溶咖啡的销售额在当时的速溶咖啡市场占到了70.8%。

CBN Weekly 卖烈酒,不干杯 根据市场研究公司英敏特的调查,42%的消费者会在酒吧、KTV等娱乐场合饮用这些来自西方的烈酒。

Sina 卖烈酒,不干杯 根据市场研究公司英敏特的调查,42%的消费者会在酒吧、KTV等娱乐场合饮用这些来自西方的烈酒。

Qdaily 中国人想喝能长个儿变聪明的牛奶 牛奶品牌们也在迎合人们的这种需求,英敏特说,近三年宣称具有各种功能的原味奶层出不穷。

Channel News Asia China’s seniors eager to spend on goods and services Matthew Crabbe, Asia-Pacific Research Director, Mintel said: “This is again creating opportunities to provide services to older people be it education classes things like travel there’s great potential because people do want to travel, they want to go to new places, go overseas for the first time.”

Malay Mail Online Pets of the Golden Years Only 41 per cent of Americans 65 and older live in households with pets, compared with 68 per cent of those 45 to 54 and 76 per cent of 18- to 24-year olds, according to a 2014 survey by Mintel, a market research agency.

Cosmetics Design Asia Jumei’s concern over China’s reduced tariff on imported cosmetics The boom is increasingly being driven by China, as Laurie Du, a Mintel beauty analyst recently told CosmeticDesign-Asia.com that innovative digital marketing will now be a requirement for companies to take advantage of the countries ‘fragmented’ use of traditional media and growing internet use.

EMEA

Lebensmittel Zeitung Sortimente Energy Drinks: Sogwirkung Dass die Kategorie wächst und der Wettbewerb intensiver wird, ist die eine Sache. Für Marktforscher interessanter ist, dass “die Kategorie insgesamt profitiert,” sagt Julia Buech, Getrānke-Analystin bei Mintel in London.

The Wall Street Journal Europe China cuts import taxes to encourage spending “This would be good news for international players in China, as the lower tariff would entitle the imported products to apply relatively more competitive prices in China than before,” said Linda Li, a senior research analyst at market research firm Mintel Group Ltd.

Hortidaily Organic label is excuse to charge more? Many U.S. consumers don’t understand the purpose of the USDA organic label or the regulations behind it, according to a new report from Mintel.

E-Marketing [Tribune] La publicité doit elle être masquée ? Rien qu’aux États-Unis, les annonceurs, qui ont investi 1,3 milliard de dollars (1,045 milliard d’euros) en native ads en 2013, devraient dépenser 9,4 milliards de dollars (7,552 milliards d’euros) en 2018, selon le cabinet Mintel.

Profession Bien-être Royaume-Uni : la mode des cheveux longs stimule le marché masculin des capillaires Si l’alopécie préoccupe toujours autant les hommes, une nouvelle tendance est en train de tirer vers le haut le marché des soins capillaires masculins outre-Manche : la mode des cheveux longs, analyse Mintel dans une nouvelle étude.

Food Navigator Flexitarians fuel innovation in vegetarian food For Laura Jones, global food science analyst at Mintel, this is a bonus for food manufacturers who have seen their consumer base grow from a handful of militant vegetarians to an ever-growing number of flexitarians.

thenews.pl Polish food a growing hit with UK shoppers According to a survey carried out by market research company Mintel, one in ten UK-based adult shoppers buys Polish food regularly.

Hortidaily Survey shows 51% of consumers believe organic is excuse for higher price Many U.S. consumers don’t understand the purpose of the USDA organic label or the regulations behind it, according to a new report from Mintel.

Portalspozywczy.pl Brytyjczycy polubili polską żywność Z badania przeprowadzonego przez firmę Mintel na grupie tysiąca osób wynika, że jedna na trzy kupuje etniczne produkty, które zachęcają do próbowania nowych przepisów.

DairyReporter Stay active in old age’ – dairy targets the elderly Protein content was recently claimed to be the ‘most trusted’ nutrient by consumers taking part in a Mintel survey.

Emballages Magazine DuPont récompense 13 réalisations La nouveauté cette année tient au fait que nous avons vu des créations qui ajoutent une fonctionnalité intuitive d’une manière à la fois simple et concrète pour l’utilisateur, déclare David Luttenberger, directeur emballage du groupe Mintel.

BeverageDaily.com Vitafoods Europe breaks records (again) Show speaker David Jago, director of innovation and insight at market analyst Mintel, said of the event: “Vitafoods is the show for this type of business, for the nutraceutical indsutry, and the conference is a must attend for anything health and nutrition focused.”

NewsRU Аlibaba – самый дорогой бренд мира в категории “розничная торговля” По данным аналитической компании Mintel, на долю Taobao и Tmall, торговых платформ холдинга Alibaba, приходится более 70% интернет-продаж в розничном сегменте Китая.

Supply Chain Magasinet Er du forberedt til eksplosionen i internet-ordrer? Ifølge ny forskning fra Mintel (UK), er lidt over 11% af det britiske detailsalg gennemført online, men i 2018 forventes at stige til 21,5%, dette er nær en fordobling i andelen af ​​varer som i øjeblikket sælges online.

elEconomista.es Buenas perspectivas para el turismo británico este verano Un estudio de Mintel señala que en los últimos cinco años un 20% de los visitantes británicos en España vinieron durante un puente o fin de semana y hasta un 14% se desplazó por motivos culturales.

Nutra Ingredients Naturex makes play for natural sports nutrition consumer Mintel food science analyst Laura-Daisy Jones said this growth in sports nutrition was down to the ‘weekend warrior’ – consumers who were not necessarily interested in technical, synthetic ingredients but for whome terms like antioxidants and phytonutrients were well-known.

Food Navigator Going halal: Can manufacturers appeal to all consumers? But Mintel food analyst Alex Beckett warned that companies wishing to cash in on this needed to tread carefully – or risk alienating non-Muslim consumers, “While rapidly growing Muslim population offers obvious opportunities, successful brands will also need to ensure that they do not alienate non-Muslims with halal claims…”

Coffee Scout China’s Teemarkt im Umbruch Nach Angaben der britischen Beraterfirma Mintel liegt der Marktanteil von löslichem Kaffee dort bei 71,8 Prozent

Profession Bien-être Cosmétique instrumentale : forces et faiblesses du marché aux Etats-Unis Si les Américaines sont surtout séduites par les brosses de nettoyage oscillantes, principal segment de ce marché naissant, il reste encore de fortes marges de croissance aux Etats-Unis, analyse Mintel.

B&L MedienGesellschaft Kombimesse für die Free From-Branche Mintel geht etwa in Großbritannien davon aus, dass sich der Free From-Markt bis 2019 um 50 % vergrößern wird. In Deutschland ist von ähnlichen Werten auszugehen.

SpecialChem Products Used to Stimulate Hair Growth Boost Men’s Hair Care Market in UK: Mintel While the number of haircare products targeted at men has seen a sharp decline in the past year, new research from Mintel has found that despite this, the men’s haircare market is continuing to grow.

Confectionery News Driving consumer demands for chocolate includes nuts, dried fruit Consumers’ interest in healthy inclusions, revealed by the survey, reinforces advice to the chocolate industry by a market analyst at Mintel.

Eco-World Plattform für die Free From-Branche: Kombimesse in Barcelona Nüchterne Zahlen geben den deutschen Unternehmen recht: Das Meinungsforschungsinstitut Mintel geht zum Beispiel in Großbritannien davon aus, dass sich der Free From-Markt bis 2019 um 50 Prozent vergrößern wird. In Deutschland ist von ähnlichen Werten auszugehen.

La Informacion.com Un estudio relaciona la mala higiene bucal con el cáncer, el Alzheimer o enfermedades del corazón Una encuesta realizada por Mintel reveló que uno de cada diez británicos había utilizado un producto de blanqueamiento el mes anterior.

Gode råvarer Fødevarevalgene der skal redde verden Salget af alternative vegetabilske mælkedrikke er stærkt stigende – ifølge forbrugeranalyse-instituttet Mintel steg salget med 36 procent i USA i 2013.

Cosmetics Design Europe Brands have to compete harder to secure savvy beauty shoppers According to market researcher Mintel, sales growth continues in the beauty and personal care markets; however the pace is slowing and growth is being driven by innovationin the core beauty markets.

Marketing Tribune [onderzoek] Organic food stuit in VS op scepsis ouderen Onderzoeksbureau Mintel onderzocht welke Amerikanen voor biologische producten kiezen en waarom ze dat doen.

Бизнес-Портал Китайская Alibaba Group открыла представительство в России По данным аналитической компании Mintel, на долю Taobao и Tmall, торговых платформ холдинга Alibaba, приходится более 70% интернет-продаж в розничном сегменте Китая. Помимо онлайн-ритейла, компания развивает платежную систему Alipay.

Beverage Daily Forget extreme sports – it’s about extreme parenting! Energy drinks may market to young millennials but parents’ consumption is on the rise The pressures of raising children, juggling work and home life, and other daily responsibilities mean older millennials are increasingly turning to energy drinks, accorsing to a report from Mintel.

Finans.dk Ikke skægt: Salg af barberingsartikler falder – håber på varm sommer I 2014 faldt salget af barbermaskiner og blade med 3,6 pct. og udviklingen vil fortsætte ifølge analysefirmaet Mintel, som forsker på området. Skægget vil altså fortsætte med at barbere overskuddet i 2015.

BRAZIL

Meio & Mensagem Consumo crescerá 37% até 2019 Em 2019, final do atual ciclo analisado, o gasto total da população deve atingir a casa de R$ 4,51 trilhões. No ano passado, esse valor foi de R$ 3,29 trilhoes. As informacoes são da pesquisa Estilo de Vidas dos Brasileiros: Hábitos Online, realizadas pela Mintel.

G1 Gastos do brasileiro crescerão em ritmo menor até 2019, mostra estudo Enquanto os gastos dos brasileiros evoluíram a uma média de 11% entre 2009 e 2014, esse aumento deve ser mais modesto nos próximos anos, aponta o relatório Estilos de Vida dos Brasileiros: Hábitos Online, antecipado ao G1 pela Mintel.

Atualidade Cosmética Baseado na Sazonalida de Outra consultoria especializada, a divisao de Beleza e Cuidados Pessoais, da Mintel, apresentou uma tendencia que pode impactar os consumidores globais de cosmeticos.

Atualidade Cosmética Cosmeticos mudam com as estacoes A área de Beleza e Cuidados Pessoais da Mintel anunciou a Seasonality como principal tendência de beleza, ressaltando uma forte demanda global de consumidores por lançamentos de produtos de cuidados com a pele que explorem a mudança das estações.

Doce Revista Escolha MaduraDoces de amendoim e/ou versoes recheadas com castanhas e nuts sao consumidos por 55% dos brasileiros. É o que indica recente estudo da Mintel, detalhado no relatorio Balas e Doces Industrializados – Brasil 2014.

Mundo do Marketing Setor de vinhos ainda busca democratização e quer qualificar o trade Com o consumo de vinhos ainda imaturo no Brasil, as oportunidades que giram em torno da bebida crescem a cada dia. Este mercado deve movimentar, até 2019, o montante de R$ 7,7 bilhões, de acordo com projeções da Mint

Isto É Dinheiro A Ambev vai ganhar esse jogo? Uma pesquisa da consultoria britanica Mintel, por exemplo, mostra que 43% dos consumidores brasileiros acreditam que refrigerante engorda, enquanto 31% afirmam que a bebida gaseificada contem muitos aditivos quimicos.

Mundo do Marketing Como melhorar a percepção saudável dos salgadinhosAo mesmo tempo que os salgadinhos são um alimento prático e saboroso, pesquisa Mintel revela que eles parecem ser vistos como produtos pouco saudáveis por 43% dos consumidores da categoria no Brasil.

Revista Aditivos & Ingredientes Vitafoods 2015 _ O ponto de encontro para a industria nutraceutica e funcional da America LatinaA Mintel, uma das mais importantes agencias de inteligencia de mercado, esteve presente na Vitafoods South America com suas especialistas da categoria de alimentacao e bebida, Naira Sato, que fez uma apresentação sobre “Tendências em Bem-Estar” e “Dietas Especiais”.

Broadcast Ag Estado Pesquisa da Mintel Mostra Habitos de consumo de carne processada.Pesquisa sobre hábitos de consumo do brasileiro mostra que 92% da população comeu algum tipo de carne processada pelo menos uma vez nos três meses anteriores a outubro de 2014. Em junho de 2014, esse índice era de 89%.

Laticinios Informar o consumidor sobre os tipos de leite pode gerar valor a categoriaQuase um quarto dos consumidores de leite (24%) diz tomar a categoria porque a considera uma importante fonte de cálcio, de acordo com pesquisa recente realizada para o Relatório Leite, Brasil, 2015, da Mintel.

H&C Consumidores de produtos para o corpo sao fieis as marcasOs consumidores de produtos para o corpo sao fieis as marcas, com 35% afirmando que normalmente compram a mesma marca de produtos, revela a Mintel em seu recem-lancado relatorio Produtos para Cuidados com o Corpo, Brasil

Valor Setorial Mercado de Beleza ProfissionalDados da consultoria britanica Mintel apontam trajetoria de crescimentos continuo das principais categorias de produtos do mercado de cuidados com o cabelo. Entre 2013 e 2014 (estimativa), as vendas do principal segmento, o de xampu e condicionador, aumentaram 9,8%, atingindo R$ 5,707 bilhoes.

Supermercado Moderno Sabor de balas influencia mais na hora da compraPesquisa de multipla escolha feita pela Mintel mostra que mais da metade dos consumidores de bala escolhe o produto pelo sabor preferido.

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