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Food and foodservice Market Research

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  1. Family/Midscale Restaurants - US - November 2011

    Family restaurants are typically identified as breakfast destinations. Therefore, it’s no surprise that Mintel’s exclusive consumer research identifies breakfast as the market’s sweet spot in terms of usage (55%), compared to 40% for lunch and 43% for dinner.

    Succeeding at the breakfast daypart ...

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    Consumer Report
    November 2011
    US
  2. Baby Boomers Across Seven Categories - US - October 2011

    Companies must have a clear understanding of the Baby Boomer demographic in order to market products and serve their needs better. Mintel has compiled information from multiple Oxygen reports and Mintel Inspire to give you a holistic view of today’s Baby Boomer consumer.

    This report provides ...

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    Consumer Report
    October 2011
    US
  3. Cheese - US - October 2011

    The cheese market has not fared well in the economic downturn as consumers cut back and traded down. Total U.S. sales were down in 2009 and 2010, and a meager rebound in 2011 is likely due in part to price increases, more so than volume sales.

    However, there is promise for the cheese market. ...

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    Consumer Report
    October 2011
    US
  4. Cooking Enthusiasts - US - October 2011

    An enduring impact of the recession and its aftermath, Americans continue to prioritize home cooking and other home-based activities as a means of economizing. But while the need to save money is a powerful and pervasive motivator for many, other factors are also at play. This report helps to ...

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    Consumer Report
    October 2011
    US
  5. Fast Casual Restaurants - US - October 2011

    Mintel’s exclusive consumer research finds that fast casual restaurants have a modest reach with 55% of respondents visiting a fast casual restaurant in the past month. Frequency of use proves to be steady, averaging 6.18 monthly visits or 1.5 times per week. Notably, availability of fast casual ...

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    Consumer Report
    October 2011
    US
  6. Dips and Spreads - US - September 2011

    Like other food markets, the $7.2 billion U.S. retail market for dips and spreads has been challenged by the economic recession and subsequent slow recovery. Dips and spreads are further challenged by market saturation. However, growing consumer demand for more exotic savory and sweet flavors, and ...

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    Consumer Report
    September 2011
    US
  7. Foodservice Green and Sustainability Initiatives - US - September 2011

    Consumers want and need to eat out, and the foodservice industry has a huge carbon footprint. Getting industry operators and consumers on the “green” bandwagon is necessary to ensure that the impact that restaurants have on the environment in minimized going forward.

    According to the National ...

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    Consumer Report
    September 2011
    US
  8. Pet Supplies - US - September 2011

    The pet supplies market has grown slowly but steadily through the recession of 2007-09 and its aftermath, growing yearly between 2006 and 2011 and increasing by 11% over the five-year period to an estimated $10.5 billion. On an inflation-adjusted basis, sales are up just 1% for the same time ...

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    Consumer Report
    September 2011
    US
  9. Specialty Foods - The NASFT State of the Industry Report - The Market - US - September 2011

    The recession’s impact on the overall food market has been pronounced to say the least. In addition, many market observers have commented on the fact that discretionary purchasing became the order of the day in 2008-09 in particular. Meanwhile, trade down to private label/store brands has also ...

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    Consumer Report
    September 2011
    US
  10. Quick Service Restaurants - US - September 2011

    The recession pushed the restaurant industry into negative growth in 2008 and the two years that followed, according to National Restaurant Association (NRA) data. Positive growth is expected for this year, but restaurants are only slowly regaining their previous strength.

    But for quick-service ...

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    Consumer Report
    September 2011
    US
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