Desserts

Desserts

Mintel’s Desserts market research combines the latest market intelligence, industry insights and expert recommendations to help you anticipate what’s next in the Desserts industry.

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    Facing uncertainty, consumers can rely on yogurt and desserts for affordable indulgence, nutrition and authenticity. Caroline Roux, Consultant Analyst ..."
    The comfort and joy found in frozen treating is solid, yet frozen treats can chip away and add occasions with formats, sizes, and new-ish flavors. Kelsey Olsen, Food & Drink Analyst ..."
    Innovation in desserts is pivoting around permissible indulgence and convenience, as producers continue to elevate consumers' flavour and texture expectations. Amrin Walji, Senior Innovation Analyst ..."

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    Ice cream premiumisation offers quality and sensory experiences, while functionality and sustainability provide consumers with reassurance. Kate Vlietstra, Director, Mintel Food & Drink ..."
    “Despite innovation that has leaned into the whimsical and even outrageous, desserts and confections wild popularity doesn’t necessarily require bells and whistles to excite consumers. Simple, well-executed products will always have a place, as do small tweaks to classic options that can maintain familiarity alongside innovation.” – Michele Scott, Associate Director..."
    Ice cream innovation is focused around classic and floral flavours, and launches are striving to convey a more planet-friendly and compassionate appeal. Amrin Walji, Senior Innovation Analyst ..."
    “Frozen treats enjoy a place of importance in the eyes of US consumers. Even amid price hikes and sugar concerns, 94% of shoppers purchase products in the category, speaking to the power of enjoyment. Brands must capitalize on the value of enjoyment but avoid going too far into treat or..."
    Beyond the immediate challenge posed by inflation, yogurt and desserts brands must focus on making products more attractive to consumers in the long term. Caroline Roux, Global Food & Drink Analyst ..."

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    Global crises will increase consumers’ appetite for fun, excitement and escapism through ice cream, while emerging technologies will enhance ice cream consumption. Kate Vlietstra, Associate Director, Mintel Food & Drink ..."
    Desserts in US by Mintel Market Sizes provides you with annual year-end market size data, most recently updated in 2022. This comprises all packaged frozen, chilled and ambient products which are RTE or need preparation. Most products will contain sugar and/or sweeteners. Market value and volume comprises sales through all..."
    “Trust, familiarity and nostalgia which anchored strong sales in 2020 are still key assets to dessert and confection manufacturers, as desserts benefit from powerful sensorial associations as well as cultural ones. However, consumers – especially Gen Z and Millennials – are also looking for more flavor innovation, healthfulness, functionality and,..."
    To give consumers a sense of agency over their lives, yogurt and desserts can go back to basics by embracing weight wellness and simple pleasures. Caroline Roux, Global Food & Drink Analyst ..."
    “Sales of ice cream and frozen novelties remain elevated far beyond the pre-pandemic baseline, though have entered a period of stabilization as consumers eagerly return to out-of-home experiences and manage soaring grocery spend. Exciting flavor profiles, snackable formats, premium concepts and experiential tactics can keep consumers engaged, justify higher prices ..."
    Desserts and toppings brands are striving to offer in-demand indulgence and pleasure to consumers, while also addressing their concerns about sugar. Amrin Walji, Senior Innovation Analyst ..."

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    Ice cream is indulgent and taste-driven. However, the category will be challenged on sustainability and can look to health opportunities to drive momentum. Regina Haydon, Global Food & Drink Analyst ..."
    In a post-COVID-19 world, yogurt and dessert brands will have to empathise with and respond to consumers' biggest worries: their health and their food budget. Caroline Roux, Global Food & Drink Analyst ..."