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Meal Occasions Market Research

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  1. Breakfast Eating Habits - UK - July 2016

    "Breakfast is an almost universal occasion. While 55% of people eat it at home every day, almost half (49%) sometimes eat breakfast out of home. That 28% do so once a week or more demonstrates that this is an established habit for a sizeable minority."Barriers remain, however, with the cost of ...

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    Consumer Report
    July 2016
    UK
  2. Restaurant Breakfast and Brunch Trends - US - July 2016

    Breakfast and brunch has gained attention from both chefs and consumers, as a number of chains have revamped or expanded their morning menus. While consumers tend to eat breakfast at home, many diners report buying breakfast at restaurants more often compared to just a year ago. Though there is a ...

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    Consumer Report
    July 2016
    US
  3. Consumer Snacking - UK - March 2016

    “Snacking is almost universal. 95% of UK adults have snacked in December 2015, down from 97% a year prior. Usage is down in all categories bar savoury biscuits.

    Health remains an ongoing issue, with calorie and sugar content of high relevance: 70% of snackers agree that cutting down on snacks is an ...

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    Consumer Report
    March 2016
    UK
  4. Butter and Margarine - Canada - January 2016

    "Butter’s advantage lies in two areas, its versatility, meaning its ability to be used both in recipes and as a spread, and in its perception of being a more natural option to margarine."

    - Joel Gregoire, Senior Food & Drink Analyst

    This report covers the following issues:

    • Commodity perception ...

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    Consumer Report
    January 2016
    Canada
  5. Ready Meals - Ireland - November 2015

    “Times are tough for the ready meals market in Ireland, with consumers still fearful from the 2013 horsemeat scandal, coupled with the growing trend amongst Irish consumers towards scratch cooking.  Going forward, the ready meals market is expected to witness 2.2% growth in 2015”

    Emma McGeown, ...

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    Consumer Report
    November 2015
    Ireland
  6. Bread and Baked Goods - UK - October 2015

    "Health-related concerns are amongst the key barriers to more frequent usage of packaged sliced bread among infrequent users. Among these concerns, carbohydrates and calorie content are on a par."

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    Consumer Report
    October 2015
    UK
  7. Attitudes to Seasonal Celebrations Foods - UK - September 2015

    “Indulgence tends to take centre stage within seasonal celebration foods, with these occasions providing an excuse for people to focus on taste rather than healthiness, even if they are typically diet-conscious. However, that one in four seasonal food shoppers would be interested in purchasing ...

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    Consumer Report
    September 2015
    UK
  8. Frozen Breakfast Foods - US - July 2015

    "The frozen breakfast foods category reached $3.2 billion in 2015, although it struggled to grow sales over the last two years. The category continues to face competition from other breakfast foods viewed as healthier or more convenient, as well as foodservice options."

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    Consumer Report
    July 2015
    US
  9. Grilling and Barbecuing - US - March 2015

    “Most consumers see grills as cooking tools akin to kitchen appliances, but do not always think grills are worth the cost. Companies that want to counteract this perception, increase brand loyalty, and increase sales must position grills as useful tools that offer a unique cooking experience.”

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    Consumer Report
    March 2015
    US
  10. Breakfast Eating Habits - UK - April 2014

    "Operators could look to marketing to reposition breakfast as a way to connect people or to offer a bit of me-time before tackling the day, reminding consumers that, for example, a bowl of porridge or a crumpet with butter is worth savouring."

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    Consumer Report
    April 2014
    UK
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