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Meat, Fish & Poultry - Global Annual Review - 2016

Mintel’s Annual Overviews take a look back at 2015 and provide a detailed overview of the key issues faced by key categories through the year. Including; a full market overview, an in-depth review of the big stories from the year as well as our forecast for the future of these markets.

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Table of contents

  1. Overview

      • Figure 1: Processed meat and poultry, retail market value 2015* (local currency and US$), per capita spend, per capita volume consumption, value CAGR 2010-14, top 5 markets by value
      • Figure 2: Processed meat and poultry global market performance
      • Figure 3: Processed fish and seafood, retail market value 2015* (local currency and US$), per capita spend, per capita volume consumption, CAGR 2010-14, top five markets by value
      • Figure 4: Processed fish and seafood global market performance
      • Figure 5: Product claims grouped by claim category, new meat, poultry, fish, meat substitute and eggs products, by sub-category, global, 2015
  2. The Big Stories

      • Meat snacking is all the rage
        • Figure 6: Agreement with the statement ‘I am incorporating more protein into my diet compared to a year ago’, by age, select European countries, 2015 – Q4
        • Figure 7: Use of meat snacks, by country by demographics, select European countries, 2015
        • Figure 8: Meat snack product introductions, by country, top ten countries, global, 2013-15
      • ‘Clean’ and ethical meat innovation addresses consumer fears
        • Figure 9: Select claims on meat and poultry product introductions, by top five markets and global, 2015
        • Figure 10: Meat and poultry product introductions with select claims, US, 2013-15
        • Figure 11: Ethical and other select ingredient claims on menus item with meat (beef, pork, chicken, lamb, other), US, Q4 2012 versus Q4 2015
      • Seafood packaging gets an upgrade*
        • Figure 12: Fish and seafood launches, by package type, by region, global, 2013-15
        • Figure 13: Agreement with the statement ‘I am limiting my consumption of processed meats because of health concerns’, by demographics, selected European countries, 2014
    • Notable Products

      • Meat snacks take flavour up a notch
        • New meat range emphasizes transparency
          • Fish and seafood ranges utilize upgraded packaging
          • Looking to the Future

              • Fat Sheds Stigma... but recent research pummels processed meats
                • Figure 14: Select claims on meat and poultry product introductions, by top five markets and global, 2015
                • Figure 15: Claims on meat and poultry introductions, grouped by claim category, global, 2013-15
              • Restaurant trends drive retail flavour innovation
                  • Figure 16: Top flavours on meat, poultry and seafood product introductions*, by region, global, 2015
                  • Figure 17: Interest in ethnic cuisine types at restaurants, US, April 2014 versus April 2012
                  • Figure 18: Types of ethnic food eaten and interested in trying, China, June 2015
                • Meat alternatives innovate to move ahead
                    • Figure 19: Agreement with the statement 'I am incorporating more vegetarian foods (eg soya burgers, vegetarian sausages) into my diet compared to a year ago’, by age, select European countries, 2015-Q4
                    • Figure 20: Protein ingredients used in new meat substitute products, by top 5 countries, 2013-15
                • The Analyst’s View

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