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Consumer Research Reports: In-depth Market Analysis & Consumer Trends

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  1. Coffee Shops - Emerging Coffee Culture - Ireland - August 2019

    “Coffee culture in Ireland continues to grow as consumers become better educated in brewing techniques, sourcing origins and quality coffee which has resulted in coffee shops and cafés being one of the fastest growing foodservice segments in Ireland – a trend which is set to continue in 2019 and ...

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    Consumer Report
    August 2019
    Ireland
  2. Deli and Hot Food Counters - Ireland - July 2019

    “Convenience continues to be a driving force for the deli and hot food counter sector in Ireland, with growth expected to continue into 2019. Moving forward, an increased focus on delivering more health and veggie/vegan-friendly options at counters could help to drive footfall further.”
    – Brian O’

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    Consumer Report
    July 2019
    Ireland
  3. Consumer Snacking Habits - Ireland - July 2019

    “Snacking continues to be, for many, a daily activity. While healthy snack items are finding a place in consumers’ shopping baskets, treat items such as chocolate and crisps remain important to Irish consumers therefore delivering on quality and indulgence will be imperative for sweet snacks’ ...

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    Consumer Report
    July 2019
    Ireland
  4. Forecourt & Convenience Retailing - Ireland - June 2019

    “Convenience stores remain key destinations for top-up shopping among Irish consumers in 2019, with a strong contingent of consumers (particularly in younger age groups) noting their interest in the expansion of the own-brand offering among forecourt and convenience retailers.”
    – Brian O’Connor, ...

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    Consumer Report
    June 2019
    Ireland
  5. Cheese - Ireland - May 2019

    “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 future growth ...

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    Consumer Report
    May 2019
    Ireland
  6. Bread & Baked Goods - Ireland - April 2019

    “Bread remains a staple in most Irish homes and as such, sales have remained positive despite the lingering popularity of low-carb diets. Although sugar consumption remains a concern, baked goods are somewhat exempt from this given the nature of the indulgence category and therefore offer an ...

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    Consumer Report
    April 2019
    Ireland
  7. Fruit and Vegetables - Ireland - March 2019

    “With six in ten Irish consumers noting they would support a ban on plastic packaging for fruit and vegetables, it could see overall use of loose fruit and vegetables increase in 2019 and beyond. However prepared fruit and vegetable portions – which require packaging – may need to source more ...

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    Consumer Report
    March 2019
    Ireland
  8. Milk and Dairy Alternatives - Ireland - January 2019

    “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 dairy farmers will ...

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    Consumer Report
    January 2019
    Ireland