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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. Lunch Meat - US - December 2009

    • Consumer Report
    • December 2009
    • US

    Since the start of the economic recession in 2007, sales of lunch meat have rebounded thanks in part to an increase in “brown bagging” and “eating in.” In this report Mintel discusses how consumer trends, the economy, and new product trends are influencing the lunch meat ...

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  2. Natural Products Marketplace Review: Refrigerated and Frozen - US - December 2009

    • Consumer Report
    • December 2009
    • US

    Natural and organic food and drink sales experienced strong growth over the last decade, and in particular in the last five years as mainstream FDM aggressively started stocking natural/organic name and private label brands. The recession has curtailed growth in the short term, ...

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  3. Natural Products Marketplace Review: Shelf-stable Foods - US - December 2009

    • Consumer Report
    • December 2009
    • US

    Natural and organic food and drink sales experienced strong growth over the last decade, and in particular in the last five years as mainstream FDM aggressively started stocking natural/organic name and private label brands. The recession has curtailed growth in the short term, ...

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  5. Foodservice and Convenience - US - December 2009

    • Consumer Report
    • December 2009
    • US

    Depressed consumer confidence continues to plague foodservice industries, as dining out is more frequently perceived as a luxury that can be cut back on. However, restaurants may be able to mitigate the damage of the recession by focusing on the “convenience segment,” those ...

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  6. Ice Cream Shops - US - December 2009

    • Consumer Report
    • December 2009
    • US

    This report explores the ice cream shop market—identifying key developments that are changing consumer habits and usage with consideration of the current economic climate and competitive threats.

    The report considers a range of topics, including the following:

    • The size of the ...
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  7. Specialty Foods - The NASFT State of the Industry Report - The Consumer - US - November 2009

    • Consumer Report
    • November 2009
    • US

    This report, a companion to Speciality Foods—NASFT State of the Industry Report—The Market—US, October 2009, examines consumer attitudes towards, and opinions about, specialty foods.

    • Focusing on what makes the “specialty foods” category unique, the study identifies the typical ...
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  8. Organic Food and Drink Retailing - US - November 2009

    • Consumer Report
    • November 2009
    • US

    Organic food and drink sales experienced strong growth over the last decade, and in particular in the last five years as mainstream FDM started aggressively stocking organic name and private label brands. The recession has curtailed growth in the short term, and in this report ...

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  9. Yogurt - US - November 2009

    • Consumer Report
    • November 2009
    • US

    Yogurt sales continue to rise as more Americans become aware of yogurt’s health benefits. The U.S. yogurt market reached an estimated $4.1 billion in 2009 in FDMx. In this report Mintel discusses how consumer trends, the economy, and new product trends are influencing the ...

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  10. America's Pet Owners - US - November 2009

    • Consumer Report
    • November 2009
    • US

    Headlines proclaiming that the pet care market has remained strong despite the recession have appeared frequently in the trade press. But given the nature and depth of the human-pet bond, a more accurate assessment might be that the pet care market is strong because of the ...

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