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Food and foodservice Market Research

Mintel's food and foodservice market research reports give you a taste for success in one of the world's fastest-moving industries. From processing to packaging, fast food to frozen, our research and analysis gives you detailed data on every market segment and unrivalled insight into the future of what, how, where and when we eat. Feed your mind and the rest will follow.

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  1. Milk and Milk Alternatives - Ireland - January 2020

    • Consumer Report
    • January 2020
    • Ireland

    “The growing media attention around the impact animal milk has on the environment has seen Irish consumers increasingly switch to milk alternatives. Highlighting the steps that they are taking to reduce their carbon footprint will enable milk producers to demonstrate their ...

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  2. Cheese - Ireland - May 2019

    • Consumer Report
    • May 2019
    • Ireland

    “Cheese remains a staple in Irish households with value sales in IoI set for growth in 2019, however, Brexit casts an uncertainty for long-term growth, particularly as both the UK and Ireland rely heavily on each other for cheese trading. Diversifying from cheddar could create ...

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  3. Milk and Dairy Alternatives - Ireland - January 2019

    • Consumer Report
    • January 2019
    • Ireland

    “Provenance remains an important factor when buying milk. Irish consumers are also willing to spend 20p/20c extra for 2 litres of milk to ensure that farmers are paid a fair price. Highlighting links to local suppliers and how much of the purchase price of milk goes directly to ...

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  4. Breakfast - Ireland - October 2018

    • Consumer Report
    • October 2018
    • Ireland

    “Despite being touted as the most important meal of the day, the majority of Irish consumers are making time to eat breakfast but perhaps not every day. Product innovation paired with consumers’ increasingly busy schedules is causing some to switch to snacking for this occasion –

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  5. Cheese - Ireland - May 2018

    • Consumer Report
    • May 2018
    • Ireland

    “Cheese remains a key diet component of Irish consumers, though their eating habits are influenced by European food cultures. Free-from cheeses, cheese-based meat alternatives options and nutrient-rich product ranges are growing in popularity as consumers become more concerned ...

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  6. Butter and Spreads - Ireland - January 2018

    • Consumer Report
    • January 2018
    • Ireland

    “Irish consumers show a preference for butter over butter-like spreads. This reflects the growing distrust in the food industry in recent years and that they are turning to less processed food. Highlighting traditional production methods, recipes and local ingredient sourcing ...

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  7. Milk and Cream - Ireland - September 2017

    • Consumer Report
    • September 2017
    • Ireland

    “Milk production and sales have bounced back in 2017 from the turmoil caused by the end of the milk quotas in 2015. While milk usage among Irish consumers remains high, the potential for Brexit to interrupt milk processing on both sides of the border remains a threat to the ...

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  8. Cheese - Ireland - May 2017

    • Consumer Report
    • May 2017
    • Ireland

    “Cheese continues to remain important to the Irish diet, with only 5% of NI and 4% of RoI consumers not eating cheese in the last three months. While Brexit has dampened the NI market, interest in specialty cheese in RoI has helped drive value. Moving forward, protein will ...

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  9. Yogurt - Ireland - August 2016

    • Consumer Report
    • August 2016
    • Ireland

    “With the yogurt market set for growth in 2016, the category benefits from its ability to be regarded as both a healthy alternative for snacking or meals and also as a treat or dessert. Although sugar content is still a key concern for Irish consumers, emphasising naturally ...

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  10. Cheese - Ireland - May 2016

    • Consumer Report
    • May 2016
    • Ireland

    “Cheese remains an Irish household staple with seven in 10 Irish consumers purchasing cheddar in the last three months. Although the Irish cheese market is set for growth in 2016, this market still faces losing health-conscious consumers due to its perceived high levels of fat, ...

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