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From the thrill of axe throwing to the more traditional activities of darts or table football, sober curious Gen Zs (aged 26 and under) are choosing competitive socialising* over pub visits, according to new research from market intelligence agency Mintel. Mintel’s latest research shows that almost two thirds (64%) of…
CHICAGO, IL – August 3, 2023 – Mintel today announces its strategic partnership with The Hatchery Chicago®, a non-profit food and beverage incubator that enables local entrepreneurs to build and grow successful businesses.  Through this partnership, Mintel will bring its industry-leading consumer and market research, product innovation analysis, and competitive…
Mintel, experts in what consumers want and why, recently partnered with the prominent industry press Foodaily to host an exclusive 'Innovation Seminar' in Beijing. This event brought together over fifty industry experts to delve into the strategies for innovation within the rapidly progressing beverage landscape.
Reiko Hasegawa, Senior Beauty and Personal Care Analyst at Mintel, was invited to discuss Mintel’s latest research and insights on J Beauty at In-cosmetics Korea 2023. Considering the ingredients, formulations, and consumer trends that are popular now and those that are on the horizon, Reiko identified four opportunities brands should consider leveraging in their strategic growth plans.
Mintel latest research reveals the role of scent trends in the growing market for men’s beauty products across different age groups in Thailand. Mintel research suggests that Thailand’s men’s beauty market is poised for continuous growth as men become more engaged with beauty products. This upward trajectory is attributed to…
Ayurveda, a centuries-old system of medicine originating in India, has witnessed a resurgence in popularity due to heightened consumer interest in self-care. However, the latest research from Mintel reveals that 1 in 5 Indian consumers still consider Ayurvedic beauty practices to be old-fashioned. Over the last five years, between April…
81% of Canadians say they are adapting the meals they make to adjust to rising ingredient costs. More than six in ten consumers (63%) say ease is the most important factor when planning what meals to cook at home. 88% of Canadian consumers agree that self-made, scratch meals are more…
New research from Mintel reveals that a majority of India’s Gen Z consumer population (aged 18-26 in 2023) in India are motivated to realise their future ambitions, with 91% emphasising the importance of savings to reach their goals. The research indicates that this young generation dreams of owning homes…
51% of global consumers now believe their country is suffering from climate change, up from 44% in 2021. 46% of global consumers say that eco-activists have raised their awareness of environmental issues. Plastic pollution falls out of the top three environmental concerns among global consumers. Water shortages are the fastest-growing…
In May 2023, Kaori Kawabata, Beauty and Personal Care Analyst at Mintel, presented to the CITE JAPAN 2023 audience about suncare trends in Japan, specifically, comparing the Japanese and global markets and identifying future innovation opportunities for Japanese suncare brands. Global Sun Care Market The sun care market in 2020…
39% of consumers say they follow/would follow a sober curious lifestyle for physical health reasons and 29% for mental health reasons 71% of sober curious consumers worry about the long-term health effects of alcohol consumption 73% of consumers believe alcohol substitute drinks should be cheaper than alcoholic drinks The ‘sober…
New research from Mintel shows that Indian consumers are yearning for a heightened level of flavour adventure from sweet bakery products, with 70% of consumers* agreeing that the usual offerings in the category are becoming boring. Compared to more mature sweet bakery markets, flavour innovations in India remain limited. For…