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Food and foodservice Market Research

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  1. Eating Out Review - UK - July 2016

    "Freshly prepared and handmade emerge as the two main attributes seen to indicate dish quality making these key messages for operators to convey to their customers to encourage repeat custom."

    – Chris Wisson, Senior Food and Drink Analyst

    This report will cover the following areas:

    • Freshness is key ...

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  2. Yogurt and Yogurt Drinks - UK - July 2016

    “In a price-driven market, yogurt companies will need to find a compelling alternative reason for shoppers to choose their products, as competitively lowering prices eventually becomes unsustainable. With many people amenable towards paying more for a guarantee on farmers’ pay or animal welfare, ...

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  3. Eating Out: The Decision Making Process - UK - July 2016

    “More than half of diners would buy high quality food and the demand for standout dishes that diners can’t/don’t make at home shows there is scope to use fresh ingredients in innovative cooking methods as a strong selling point.”
    – Trish Caddy, Foodservice Analyst

    This report discusses the following ...

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  4. Breakfast Eating Habits - UK - July 2016

    "Breakfast is an almost universal occasion. While 55% of people eat it at home every day, almost half (49%) sometimes eat breakfast out of home. That 28% do so once a week or more demonstrates that this is an established habit for a sizeable minority."Barriers remain, however, with the cost of ...

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  5. Attitudes towards Sports Nutrition - UK - June 2016

    “There is strong interest in collaborations between sports nutrition and mainstream brands. Given that the boundaries between the two are becoming increasingly blurred, a proactive move to be part of this trend, rather than fighting it, could be timely.”
    – Emma Clifford, Senior Food and Drink Analyst

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  6. Ice Cream and desserts - UK - June 2016

    “Opportunities are ripe for operators to explore healthier formulations in ice cream and desserts, with significant interest in low-sugar and low-fat products. Resizing offers another potential route to explore in ice cream, while tapping into the ‘health halo’ of yogurts and fruit snacks offer ...

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  7. Attitudes towards Leisure Venue Catering - UK - May 2016

    “Secondary spending at leisure venues remains in the line of fire, with most diners willing to cut back on their food and drink spend if ticket prices rise. The pressure therefore remains on operators to justify the catering spend. Initiatives like themed events and menus and produce from local ...

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  8. Attitudes towards Cooking in the Home - UK - May 2016

    “While the recession has been a driving factor for the scratch cooking trend, enjoyment and ingredient control are as important as saving money in prompting people to cook. This should go some way to maintain interest in scratch cooking even as incomes rise. Marketing messages centred on enjoyment ...

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  9. Prepared Meals Review - UK - May 2016

    “Boosting the nutritional benefits of prepared meals can tap into the current high interest in “positive nutrition” foods while helping to overturn the typically unhealthy image of these products. Within this, vegetables, superfoods, whole grains and ancient grains can play an increasingly ...

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  10. Pub Visiting - UK - May 2016

    “Many publicans have evolved their venues and placed a greater emphasis on food in order to remain profitable. That ‘high-quality food’ is the factor which is most likely to entice people to try a new pub underlines how an appealing menu can help to pubs to broaden their customer base.”
    – Chris ...

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