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Food and foodservice Market Research

Mintel’s food and foodservice market research reports provide a comprehensive and extensive overview of the marketplace including information on the food and foodservice market size and food and foodservice market share.


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  1. Small Kitchen Appliances - UK - December 2009

    Too many small kitchen appliances quickly lose their novelty appeal and end up at the back of a cupboard. Manufacturers need to remind the two-fifths of adults with appliances that they no longer use of their products’ benefits and inspire them with new ideas for using them.

    Consumers are becoming ...

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    Consumer Report
    December 2009
    UK
  2. Restaurant Beverage Trends - UK - December 2009

    This report assesses consumers’ attitudes towards drinks in restaurants and looks at the underlying motivations and influential factors behind consumers’ purchasing habits in this area.

    • As a result of the recession, six in ten consumers have altered their eating-out habits to some extent. Yet four ...

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    December 2009
    UK
  3. Managing Food Costs - UK - December 2009

    This report looks at the fluctuations in food prices and the impact of these and other recent economic changes on consumers’ grocery shopping behaviour, as well as the ways in which retailers and brands have responded to these changes.

    • Brands helping shoppers cut costs while continuing to enjoy ...

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    December 2009
    UK
  4. Meals-for-one - UK - December 2009

    This report examines the eating habits of adults in OPHs. No one consumer product market will be examined, however, Mintel will explore a whole range of food products, with reference to how they fit into the daily eating patterns of people living on their own.

    • Almost half of One Person ...

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    December 2009
    UK
  5. Family Dining - UK - December 2009

    This report examines:

    1. how the change in traditional family mealtimes and meal occasions is impacting on people’s shopping behaviour

    2. how convenience foods and a snacking culture are changing family dining habits, and understand what this means for marketeers, retailers and suppliers.

    • Almost ...

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    December 2009
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  6. Food Retailing - UK - November 2009

    People want their grocery shopping to be convenient. But, in contradiction of popular myth, most people (85%) don't mind grocery shopping, although 35% admit that they find it a chore.

    Most people (83%) like to be able to select their own fresh foods.

    Taking those two findings together suggests that ...

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    November 2009
    UK
  7. Consumer Attitudes to Fine Dining - UK - November 2009

    This report aims to investigate the question: “Has the recession made fine dining redundant?”

    Consumer research for this report looks at issues such as what attracts diners to particular dishes whilst also finding out what UK consumers think about ‘fine dining’.

    • Time and space are of greatest ...

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    November 2009
    UK
  8. Children's Eating Habits - UK - November 2009

    Food and drink manufacturers looking to target their products at children are increasingly using internet advertising. Internet ad is less regulated than other media and children are already responding positively to it: thirty percent of 8-16 year-olds say that they try food or drinks after seeing ...

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    November 2009
    UK
  9. Pub Visiting - UK - November 2009

    After necessities and bills, going out, such as the pub & cinema, and dining out still remain consumers’ top spending priorities.

    • Although 4.4m adults go to the pub for a drink twice a week or more, more than 17m say that they never go to pub just for a drink, highlighting the plight of drinks-led ...

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    November 2009
    UK
  10. Evening Dining - UK - November 2009

    • Two-thirds of adults cook their evening meal from scratch. However, most draw upon a repertoire of meal options that includes take-aways and ready meals.
    • Manufacturers and retailers of convenience foods are failing to attract their share of older shoppers, with this group preferring to cook their ...

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    November 2009
    UK
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