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North America Market Research

Mintel provide a range of market reports for North America, across a number of industries and sectors. Available reports can include:

Market Data Reports for North America

Mintel’s market data reports will provide you with a comprehensive overview of the market size and share in North America. Market data reports also provide a 5 year forecast for the sector and include data on socio-economic data for North America.

Consumer Research Reports for North America

Mintel’s consumer reports deliver insight and expert analysis into key consumer trends and behaviour in your marketplace, in addition to an overview of the market data and key brands operating in North America. Mintel’s consumer reports provide you with easily digestible information to guide your future innovation and move your business forward.

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  1. Vegetables and Fruit - Canada - May 2017

    "Nearly all Canadians eat fruits and vegetables, though half of consumers claim they get the recommended servings of fruits and vegetables daily. Furthermore, a third of consumers state they are purchasing less produce as it’s become more expensive, even as prices of fresh vegetables and fruit ...

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    Consumer Report
    May 2017
    Canada
  2. Cookies, Cakes and Sweet Goods - Canada - April 2017

    "Sweet baked goods are engrained into the Canadian diet. Indeed, donuts are up there with the most Canadian of foods along with peameal bacon and maple syrup. Despite this, challenges nevertheless exist. One barrier for consumers is health. While it may not prove credible to position sweet baked ...

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    Consumer Report
    April 2017
    Canada
  3. Attitudes toward Healthy Eating - Canada - January 2017

    "Canadians actively target healthy eating all or most of the time (76%). They are motivated to eat well as there is a good understanding of the physical and emotional benefits to be had, although women are also more likely to be driven by guilt."

    - Carol Wong-Li Senior Analyst, Lifestyles and Leisure

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    Consumer Report
    January 2017
    Canada
  4. Sweeteners and Attitudes Toward Sugar - Canada - December 2016

    "Sugar remains a staple product for Canadians as 87% use any kind of sugar or alternative sweetener. That said, the category faces challenges as seven out of 10 (69%) Canadians are concerned about the impact sugar has on their overall health. Notably, concerns extend beyond mere usage for cooking ...

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    Consumer Report
    December 2016
    Canada
  5. Meat - Canada - October 2016

    "Canadians remain avid consumers of meat products, yet this does not mean the industry is without its challenges. Canada’s changing population dynamic from a generational and immigration perspective means producers and retailers will need to continually adapt in order to address evolving ...

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    Consumer Report
    October 2016
    Canada
  6. Snacking Eating Habits - Motivations and Attitudes - Canada - September 2016

    Snacking is truly the fourth meal of the day for Canadians with its popularity extending to both in and out of home. Snacking is an adaptable occasion, and as such so must be manufacturers, retailers and foodservice operators to compete in the space. While health in snacking is important for many ...

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    Consumer Report
    September 2016
    Canada
  7. Breakfast Eating Habits - Motivations and Attitudes - Canada - July 2016

    "The competition to be the go-to option at breakfast has never been fiercer as retail manufacturers and foodservice operators battle for share of stomach in the morning. While most Canadians look to breakfast to help them start their day off right, “right” has different meanings for different ...

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    Consumer Report
    July 2016
    Canada
  8. Coffee and Tea - Canada - June 2016

    Coffee and tea are integral to how Canadians eat and drink. Coffee has been an area of growth in Canada, spurred on by its emergence as a strategic focus based on its ability to support traffic growth at foodservice and the rise of convenient and customizable single-serve format at retail. Tea ...

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    Consumer Report
    June 2016
    Canada
  9. Ice Cream and Frozen Novelties - Canada - May 2016

    Canadians love ice cream. Some 90% of Canadians claim to eat single flavoured ice cream during the warmer months and with the exception of gelato, more than half of Canadians claim to eat ice cream at some point. Even with ice cream and frozen treats’ relatively high penetration, the market has ...

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    Consumer Report
    May 2016
    Canada
  10. Dining Out - Canada - May 2016

    Canadians are dedicated patrons of foodservice outlets with some 94% who have eaten at a restaurant in the three months leading up to February 2016. However, tightening of budgets means that more consumers are spending in moderation and cutting back on treats – including dining out. As such, the ...

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    Consumer Report
    May 2016
    Canada
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