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Retail Market Research

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


Mintel’s retail industry reports can help you gain further insight into the retail market trends and gain valuable retail consumer data.


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  1. The Budget Shopper - Canada - December 2017

    Although most engage in budget-seeking behaviours, the majority of Canadians tend to keep an eye on their finances rather than stick to a strict budget. The flexibility in approach to monitoring their finances leads to some flexibility when shopping and receptiveness to deals found while engaging ...

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    Consumer Report
    December 2017
    Canada
  2. Home Meal Replacement - Canada - October 2017

    "HMR’s growth reflects an increase in the importance of convenience in how Canadians get and prepare their food. This Report examines consumers’ usage and perception of HMR in the Canadian market, helping retailers identify opportunities in the space. This Report also explores what foods consumers ...

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    Consumer Report
    October 2017
    Canada
  3. Retailer Loyalty Programs - Canada - August 2017

    Memberships in loyalty programs are high with 91% of consumers claiming to belong to a program, with the greatest engagement seen in categories that meet staple needs. Shifting household structures and consumer shopping habits means that traditional points collection methods may lose relevance. ...

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    Consumer Report
    August 2017
    Canada
  4. Mobile Phone and Tablet Accessories - Canada - July 2017

    "As mobile hardware and connectivity increasingly become central to consumers’ lives, a wide variety of accessories are being purchased to facilitate usage. Looking forward, sales will be driven not only by a desire for necessities such as cases and chargers, but also by products that increase ...

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    Consumer Report
    July 2017
    Canada
  5. Drug Store Shopper - Canada - July 2017

    "Canadians remain faithful to traditional drug stores for their drug store needs. However, the convenience of one-stop-shopping at other retailers poses a threat to patronage. Positively, Canadians still see drug stores as differentiated in their expertise. Having said this, diversification of ...

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    Consumer Report
    July 2017
    Canada
  6. Women's Clothing - Canada - June 2017

    "Prioritizing comfort over style, Canadian women enjoy the clothes shopping process and are highly engaged. However, a conservative mindset towards discretionary spending means that consumers lean more towards retailers that are perceived to offer the best value. The tendency remains skewed ...

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    Consumer Report
    June 2017
    Canada
  7. Major Appliances - Canada - February 2017

    "Major appliance brands operating in Canada are facing a changing environment of evolving preferences and consumer demand. Manufacturers will need to address cost-sensitivities as the majority of consumers are influenced by price. This may translate to more entry-level devices with less features ...

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    Consumer Report
    February 2017
    Canada