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Food and foodservice Market Research

Mintel’s food and foodservice market research reports provide a comprehensive and extensive overview of the marketplace including information on the food and foodservice market size and food and foodservice market share.


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  1. America's Pet Owners - US - September 2011

    Pets come in all shapes and sizes, but the one seeming constant is the bond between pets and their owners. In fact, 76% of dog/cat owners consider their canine/feline companions to be part of the family (see Feelings About Pets section). This closeness creates marketing and sales opportunities ...

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    Consumer Report
    September 2011
    US
  2. Children and Obesity - US - September 2011

    Between 1980 and 2008, the rate of childhood obesity in the U.S. has tripled and now stands at nearly 17%, according to the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES). Moreover, many experts believe that child obesity is actually underreported, which has multiple implications, from ...

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    Consumer Report
    September 2011
    US
  3. Hispanic Diet - US - September 2011

    Perhaps because of the relatively young age of the Hispanic population, Hispanics are less likely to suffer from heart disease than non-Hispanics. However, heart disease can become a growing problem as the Hispanic population ages, and pharmaceutical companies and the healthcare industry should ...

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    £3,435.47 (Excl.Tax)
    Consumer Report
    September 2011
    US