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The latest Mintel research on rice and pulses reveals that a significant portion of Indian consumers are considering switching from loose to packaged formats. Nearly one-third (31%) of current rice buyers are likely to transition from loose to packaged offerings, representing a ripe opportunity for market expansion.
While they should be embracing the joy of youthful skin, new research from Mintel reveals Botox is fast becoming more acceptable for Britain’s young females as a quarter (23%) of young women aged 18-34 are interested in having Botox, compared to just one in ten (10%) Brits as a whole.
Four out of ten (40%) LGBTQ+ individuals say they’re anxious compared to just 3 in 10 (30%) of the population as a whole, according to new Mintel research. Additionally, 25% recently stated that their mental health has worsened over the last year. Nearly a third (30%) of LGBTQ+ individuals…
Mintel latest research reveals that a staggering 59% of Indian consumers brush their teeth just once a day, while only 34% do so at least twice daily. A closer look at gender-specific data suggests that women are more diligent in their oral care routines compared to men.
Economic uncertainties and inflation have led Thai consumers to prioritise value for money and health-conscious choices when it comes to grocery shopping. The latest Mintel research presented in this year’s Thaifex Anuga 2024 reveals that 60% of Thais rank affordability as the top factor influencing their choice…
Thai consumers exhibit a penchant for experimentation in beauty and personal care products. Mintel research shows that nearly half (48%) of consumers are prone to shift to new beauty brands, emphasising the need for Thai beauty brands to tailor their engagement strategies to various market demographics. “The…
Thai food is characterized by authentic, bold, and diverse flavours. Moreover, the appeal of Thai cuisine and herbs is expanding as more consumers prioritise natural remedies for holistic health according to Mintel’s latest research on local Thai cuisines. Pimwadee (Sara) Aguilar, Director of Mintel Thailand Reports,…
Indian consumers are looking for healthier options for instant noodles, pasta, and soups: with over 61% market penetration for these three instant foods, there is indeed much room for improvement and innovation according to Mintel’s latest research. Tulsi Joshi, Principal Food & Drink Analyst, Mintel Reports…
The climate emergency is making staycations more appealing, according to new research from Mintel, as 56% of UK holidaymakers say they are likely to choose staycations above holidays abroad for climate-related reasons*. Around three in ten (28%) UK holidaymakers say warmer UK temperatures are encouraging them to take domestic holidays.
Innovation is a critical contributor to brand success in today’s fast-paced consumer markets. However, new product development has plummeted in recent years, leaving brands in need of guidance and inspiration, which will allow them to fully unlock their potential. Product innovation faces multiple complex and interconnected challenges. The economic environment…
Thai consumers are increasingly turning to online channels for travel inspiration and to share their experiences, according to Mintel research. Before embarking on a trip, 53% of Thais use social media to explore popular destinations. After their journey, 54% share their experiences on personal social media accounts.
Despite stagnant growth in the haircare category, 35% of Indian consumers have increased the time spent on haircare routines in the six months leading to September 2023, with 44% expressing interest in personalised products tailored to their individual hair types according to Mintel Global Consumer research. Haircare subcategories such as…