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Food and foodservice Market Research

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  1. Restaurant to Retail - US - June 2011

    Having restaurant-branded products at retail increases brand exposure, and even if grocery shoppers do not always buy these products, they see the names and they resonate. These products don’t compete with meals out; rather, retail products represent a separate buying decision and "new occasions" ...

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    June 2011
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  2. Lunch Meat - US - May 2011

    On a current price basis, the lunch meat category has reached a new milestone in FDMx sales as it surpassed the $8 billion mark in 2010, with an overall increase of 7% from 2006 to 2010. Mintel forecasts that the category will continue to generate minimal but steady annual growth for the next ...

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  3. Healthy Dining Trends - US - May 2011

    Restaurant sales were hit hard by the recession. Staggering unemployment and underemployment rates, rising food prices, and declining disposable personal income (DPI) gave substantial reason for consumer confidence to plummet. Demonstrating their lack of confidence, consumers exercised thrifty ...

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  4. Baby Food and Drink - US - May 2011

    Strong performances in the baby food and milk market helped to offset falling sales of baby drinks in 2010 but the whole sector has enjoyed steady growth since 2006. Increased levels of innovation, led by smaller premium players such as Ella’s Kitchen and Organix, have provided healthy levels of ...

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  5. Eggs - US - May 2011

    A 13.6% decrease in sales occurred in 2009, thanks to the combination of recession and the heavy price promotion employed by the industry. The market steadied in 2010; economic recovery in the light of a waning recession combined with increased interest in specialty eggs should lead to a ...

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  6. Food Storage - US - April 2011

    The $2.3 billion FDMx market for food storage products has been challenged by a struggling economy, coupled with a highly saturated market in most food storage segments, minimal innovation of product and packaging, and growing environmental awareness that eschews disposable products. Additionally, ...

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  7. Cooking Sauces and Marinades - US - April 2011

    The U.S. cooking sauces and marinades market gained 20% during 2005-10 in total U.S. sales, reaching an estimated $3.7 billion. The market benefited from consumers’ return to the kitchen to save money during the recession, as well as from price increases during 2008-10. However, lower red meat and ...

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  8. Attitudes Toward Convenience Store Shopping - US - April 2011

    The most frequent convenience store (c-store) shoppers are those who are under 25, male, earning household incomes less than $75K, and/or those who have children under 18 in the household. Some 60% of under-25s and of adults with children in the household and a majority of males report visiting a ...

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  9. Salty Snacks: Popcorn, cheese, corn and meat snacks - US - April 2011

    Within the overall salty snacks category, popcorn, cheese snacks, meat snacks and corn snacks are among the smaller segments. Nonetheless, they still collectively generated nearly $5 billion in total 2010 U.S. sales. Moreover, with the exception of corn snacks, annual sales for each of the other ...

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  10. Non-alcoholic Beverages at Restaurants - US - April 2011

    Mintel’s exclusive consumer research finds that more than half of respondents who order non-alcoholic restaurant beverages buy hot and cold non-alcoholic beverages without buying a meal at least once a month. This means that the beverage menu can be a significant draw for consumers and is an ...

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