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Food and foodservice Market Research

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  1. 'Food to go' Opportunities for the Lunchtime Trade - Ireland - December 2010

    The Irish food-to-go market has seen its value decline during the recession, with consumers increasingly seeking out more cost effective ways of eating lunch, including the use of packed lunches and special meal offers. Consumers are increasingly trading down in this market from premium food ...

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    Consumer Report
    December 2010
    Ireland
  2. Children's Packed Lunches - UK - December 2010

    This report examines the dynamics of the children’s packed lunch sector, and the key products involved in the market. The healthy eating message is now an intrinsic part of the primary school curriculum and children are being taught about the benefits of a healthy and balanced diet.

    • About 3.6 ...

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    Consumer Report
    December 2010
    UK
  3. Barbecue Foods - UK - November 2010

    Two in three adults ate food cooked on the barbecue in summer 2010, with some 120 million barbecue occasions fuelling estimated sales of barbecue foods of some £1.7 billion in 2010. The market has posted healthy growth in recent years, helped by better weather, still a key driver of barbecue ...

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    Consumer Report
    November 2010
    UK
  4. Casual Dining - US - October 2010

    The casual dining segment has emerged as the poster child for recession-era restaurant industry woes, with the symptoms of declining customer counts and check averages, sales slumps and unit hemorrhaging, and even bankruptcies.

    Cash-strapped consumers faced with job losses and tightened budgets ...

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    Consumer Report
    October 2010
    US
  5. Private Label Cereal - US - July 2010

    Despite recent evidence that the economy may slowly be coming out of a deep recession, consumers are still wary and have been more cautious with their spending. This has translated to opportunities for private label manufacturers, which offer products at lower prices than name-brand equivalents. ...

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    Consumer Report
    July 2010
    US
  6. Outdoor Barbecues - US - April 2010

    The outdoor barbeque market saw shipment values fall for the second consecutive year in 2009. Nevertheless, an increase in at-home cooking and on-going interest in outdoor living have all buffered the market from posting even steeper losses. Grilling enthusiasts; younger, multi-ethnic buyers; ...

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    Consumer Report
    April 2010
    US
  7. Breakfast Catering - UK - April 2010

    • Eating breakfast (either in- or out-of-home) is part of the morning routine for six in ten consumers.
    • Toast and cereal are consumers’ top breakfast foods by far. A third of consumers enjoy hot cereals, such as porridge, and restaurant menus are reflecting this popularity with menu items like McDonald’

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    Consumer Report
    April 2010
    UK
  8. Breakfast Cereals - UK - February 2010

    • Just over 9m consumers have a wide selection (ie four or five) of breakfast cereals in their cupboards, principally but not exclusively multigrain-based recipes, low fat, children's or honey based cereals.
    • Health considerations are the top priority when choosing a breakfast cereal, with 43% of ...

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    Consumer Report
    February 2010
    UK