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Emerging Science - Global Annual Review - 2017

Mintel’s Annual Overviews take a look back at 2016 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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  1. Overview

    • The Big Stories

          • Figure 1: The proportion of consumers who have never heard of prebiotic fibres, key European countries, 2016
        • Consumers look to ‘heal’ themselves through their diet
          • Figure 2: Ways to manage body shape, China, June 2016
        • Scope for relaxation and sleep innovations in today’s hyperactive world
          • Figure 3: Barriers to achieving a healthy lifestyle, China, January 2016
          • Figure 4: Reasons for snacking, UK, December 2015
      • Notable Products

          • FODMAP’s signal a warning for fibres
            • FODMAP friendly products
              • Interest in the relationship between mood and food grows
                • Mood foods
                  • HAZDA snack-bar supports the growth of gut microbes
                  • Looking to the Future

                      • Personalised Nutrition could revolutionise the market for sliming
                        • Figure 5: Consumers who consider select diet plans to be effective, US, June 2016
                        • Figure 6: Motivations for using functional food and drink, Germany, 2016
                        • Figure 7: Barriers to using self-diagnostics, US, February 2016
                      • Demand for natural nutrition threatens consumer acceptance of fortification
                        • Figure 8: Consumers who agree that the health-promoting benefits of natural foods (eg fruit and vegetables) are preferable to the added benefits of functional foods, selected European countries, 2015
                        • Figure 9: Vitamin/mineral fortified claims, select categories, global, 2011 to 2016
                        • Figure 10: Consumers who would be interested in trying meat/poultry from animals fed a special diet that enchanced the nutritional content of the meat (eg a higher omega-3), UK, August 2016
                      • Consumers continue to push the boundaries for clean label
                        • Figure 11: ‘Less processed’ is an important quality when buying milk and milk drinks, select European countries, 2016
                        • Figure 12: Consumers who agree “the ingredients added to high-protein cereals/porridge to make it high in protein worry me”, UK, June 2016
                        • Figure 13: Preferred protein sources when choosing a nutrition and performance drink or bar, US, February 2015
                        • Figure 14: Consumers who trust that the food industry would only use low-calorie sweeteners if they were safe, France, 2016
                    • The Analyst’s View

                      Emerging Science - Global Annual Review - 2017

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