UK The Guardian: Control Freakery: “The innovation is obviously being driven by manufacturers’ desire to add value and to differentiate themselves,” says analyst Neil Mason, head of retail research at market research company The Daily Telegraph: Beauty Spots. A Mintel report says that 15 million Brits — or 40 per cent — have interacted with beauty brands via social media, and that 34 per cent of people use Twitter or Facebook to research before buying beauty products. The Daily Telegraph: High Street cheer on the cheap. Richard Perks, retail analyst at Mintel, says its success shows our fondness for “cheap, disposable fashion. They’ve hit the mood perfectly. The Guardian: BrewDog to open bars outside the UK. Europe is following a trend in the US where craft beer sales nearly doubled between 2007 and 2012 to $12bn, according to market research firm Mintel. The Daily Mail: The future of cider looks rosy. Britons guzzle £2.7billion of cider as 60% of adults admit to drinking it. Research: Mintel appoints insights VP for beauty and personal care. Consumer intelligence provider Mintel has appointed Hannah Roberts as vice president of global insights for its beauty and personal care service. Marketing Week: Cider sales closing in on lager. Chris Wisson, senior drinks analyst at Mintel says brewers need to invest more in the premium end of the market to reap “spectacular rewards”. EasyJet mag: Survive A Girly Ski Holiday In The Alps. According to market researchers Mintel, the European market alone was worth €6.6 billion in 2010 and is estimated tohit €7.2 billion by 2014. MALAYSIA Free Malaysia Today: Capitalise on rising demand for instant noodles in China – Mintel’s Asia-Pacific research director Matthew Crabbe said according to a market research conducted by the company on instant noodles sales, about 59% of respondents are willing to try new instant noodles products and flavours. Bernama: Focus on China instant noodles market, urges Mintel. Malaysian Reserve: Capitalise on rising demand for instant noodles in China. Bernama Online: News from the East section – Focus on China instant noodles market, urges Mintel. Oana News: Focus On China Instant Noodles Market, Urges Mintel. CHINA China Daily: Starbucks keeping its brand full of beans. The number of cafes in China doubled from 15,898 in 2007 to 31,783 in 2012. In contrast, the nation’s teahouses grew by only 4 percent to 50,984 during the same period, according to a recent report from UK-based research company Mintel Group Ltd. Nanyang Siang Pau: Less direct investment between Malaysia towards China. China Press Online: The business opportunities for Chinese Market is over trillion, Malaysia industry is encouraged to participate. Nanyang.com: Less direct investment between Malaysia towards China EMEA Il Sole 24 Ore: Nasi hollywoodiani, occhi tondi e gambe più lunghe: manie (e ossessioni) nella geografia della bellezza. la società di ricerche di mercato Mintel ha segnalato che le esportazioni tailandesi di cosmetici sono cresciute del 44% dal 2008 e si prevede che chiuderanno il 2012 con un giro d’affari da 3,6 miliardi di dollari. Il Messaggero: Dall’Asia elisir di bellezza per le donne europee. Lo rivela un’indagine effettuata da Mintel, società inglese di ricerche di mercato. Fra i composti asiatici riconosciuti ora come efficaci anche dai ricercatori dei laboratori delle maggiori case cosmetiche occidentali c’è in pole position il «basilico sacro». 7 sur 7: Nos appareils électroménager sont-ils trop compliqués? Neil Mason, directeur de recherche chez Mintel, une société de recherche en marketing, a déclaré: “L’innovation vient évidemment du désir des constructeurs d’ajouter de la valeur et de se démarquer. Mais ce que cherche le consommateur est le côté pratique et la simplicité”. USA CNN: India’s new craving for luxury chocolates. “There is tremendous untapped market opportunity for Western premium chocolate brands in India,” said Peter Ayton, global consumer analyst at Mintel. Los Angeles Times: Jewish delis in a pickle Jewish delis are also part of a restaurant sector that has struggled overall since the recession. Sales at family sit-down restaurants stagnated between 2007 and 2011 and grew a stingy 0.5% last year, according to research firm Mintel. Food Technology: New product health, nutrition claims continue to grow. The researchers then used Mintel’s Global New Product Database to compare the nutritional profile of new products with health- and nutrition-related claims to all new products over 2009 to 2010. Baking Business: Separating sweetener fact from fiction. In reality, most consumers look to reduce or avoid any added sugars, not HFCS specifically, according to a study designed and executed by Mintel Research Consultancy. In the study, more than 2,000 consumers were asked a series of questions about their dietary habits. By asking participants open-ended questions, the survey helped determine what was top of mind for consumers with regard to sweeteners. Drug Store News: Consumers pamper pets with good health. Such products as Nylabone — a rawhide chew alternative that is fortified with vitamins and minerals — are driving growth in the pet products category, according to a recent report from Mintel. Mintel expects chews, toys, grooming products made with natural ingredients and other supplies that contribute to the health and well-being of dogs and cats to drive sales in the pet supplies segment. CSP Magazine: 2013 Beverage Report, Part 4: Energy Drinks. “According to [product research firm] Mintel, we can anticipate 14% growth in total energy-drink sales in 2012 and 13% growth in 2013 and 2014,” Guy Wootton, director of category insights for Red Bull North America, Santa Monica, Calif., told CSP Daily News. Gourmet Retailer: Moving on up. The gluten-free industry is booming, growing 27 percent since 2009, exceeding $6 billion in 2011, and fueled by an abundance of new products in 2010 and 2011 that bear a gluten-free claim, according to Chicago-based market research firm Mintel. Happi Magazine: Mintel names new VP Mintel. continues to expand its global team with the appointment of Hannah Roberts as new VP global insight for Mintel’s premium Beauty and Personal Care service. Creditcards.com: Rate survey: credit card interest rates hold at 14.95 percent. For example, issuers dialed back the number of card offers they mailed to consumers in 2012 by nearly 40 percent compared to the previous year, according to research by Mintel Comp. eremedia. Brazil Diário de Natal. Coluna Negócios e Finanças _ Adocica. Sugar and gum confectionery. Brasil Energia. Carro elétrico acelera nos EUA. Zoonews. Os preços do café premium, contudo, seguem sendo impulsionados pela demanda crescente. ‘Contrariando as tendências recessivas que levaram os consumidores a reduzir gastos, os cafés premium de dose única lideraram o crescimento da categoria de café entre 2010 e 2012′, conforme relatório da empresa de pesquisas Mintel sobre o mercado norte-americano. You might also be interested in: No related posts.