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Global Trends and Consumption Demographics in Soft and Hot Drinks

This report looks to test the stereotypes about beverage and consumption perceptions that the industry may have. The report illustrates that an in-depth study of the consumer exposes the trends to exploit and the anomalies to address. Only by looking at who is drinking, what they are drinking, when they are drinking, where they are drinking, and why they are drinking, can you put together the best marketing strategy to capitalize on the opportunities that exist in the Soft and Hot Drinks sectors.


What is the current market landscape and what is changing?
There is an assumption that Soft Drinks are drunk by the young and as consumers mature they drink more Hot Drinks. Many believe that there is a shift from Soft to Alcoholic drinks when consumers reach the legal age to drink. In fact, Older Consumers are a key age group to target in both Soft and Hot Drinks, particularly in the Non-BRIC region where aging populations limit volumes with younger consumers. Marketers risk underestimating the irresistible forces of demography.


What are the key drivers behind recent market changes?
The high growth rates seen in the developing world are an obvious attraction to beverage operators, but adding value to refreshment products in the developed world where growth rates are more sluggish provides just as appealing an opportunity. BRIC markets are often characterized by low margins and while Non-BRIC markets may be slowing, the affluence of drinkers provides them with the resources to pay more for their refreshment, despite the depressed economic climate.


What makes this report unique and essential to read?
The analysis provided is unique in the market as it tracks Soft and Hot Drinks behavior through to its actual impact on a product market. This provides readers with a unique analysis of the market, driven by survey-based data on consumer trends and groups, which is integrated with market data. This allows marketing tactics and strategies to be updated in line with the very latest consumer behaviors.


Key Features and Benefits
Unique integration of survey and market data provides market sizing consumption by key consumer groups, both by age and by gender, quantifying the value of key consumer groups by country.


Concise case studies identify best practice on how to align marketing practices to effectively target consumer trends, and shows how targeting multiple trends can be a highly effective proposition.


The impact of consumer trends is quantified by market and country to show where hotspots to target exist and exactly which trends are most important to target.


Key Market Issues
Although often categorized together, consumers in each of the BRIC markets have very different tastes and characteristics; low per capita beverage consumption is probably the main factor that they have in common. For instance, Brazil is the most developed beverage market within BRIC and has consumer consumption patterns more closely aligned to the Non-BRIC region than anywhere else.


Defying the stereotype, the survey found that Older Consumers, those aged 55 and over, punch above their weight in Soft Drinks markets. Shrewd marketers can take advantage of this by assessing how they can better exploit the product vacuum for Older Consumers.


Whereas the Hot Drinks consumption of men and women is very similar, in the overall Soft Drinks market there is a small swing in favor of men. This can be accredited to China, where Chinese women make up 48% of the survey and just 44% of the consumption. If China is discounted, the balance swings in favor of female consumption.


Marketers need to address evolving lifestyles as consumers age. This is not just with regard to product but also to packaging and marketing. In the UK for instance, the expansion of access to higher education and social trends delays the age at which people tend to settle down and start families, which has created an important consumer group within the Early Young Adults, and even Older Young Adults, age group whose lifestyles more closely resemble a “youth” market than those of Early Young Adults twenty or thirty years ago.


The ten core countries covered in this report can be categorized as having either a Coffee drinking culture or a Tea culture. The opportunities for growth are directly related to which culture each country falls into: those with a Coffee culture will offer more opportunities for Tea operators and vice versa. In the BRIC region, both categories have the potential to grow, while in the Non-BRIC markets there is likely to be some cannibalization between the two.


Key Highlights
The poor quality of municipal water and the rising affluence of consumers in the BRIC region pushes Bottled Water volumes upwards, compensating for a slowdown in Non-BRIC markets where demand is maturing; however this growth has a low margin and high volume as BRIC consumers have less disposable income.


In developed markets, Older Consumers are the most important age group in the Juices market: they account for over one-fifth of the volume of Juices consumed. Traditionally, children have been the main target audience for Juices, and to an extent they are an important consumer: Kids and Babies make up 15% of consumption; however, population dynamics mean that Older Consumers will remain the most important market in terms to total volumes.


Older Consumers account for more than a quarter of Sparkling Soft Drinks volumes in the surveyed markets, compared to just over a fifth for overall Soft Drinks. This age segment is notably important in developed markets, where they account for in excess of three in every ten liters of Soft Drinks consumed.


There is a direct correlation between age and the consumption of Hot Drinks: the older a consumer is, the more Hot Drinks they are likely to consume. In contrast to Soft Drinks, encouraging younger age groups, particularly Kids and Babies, to increase their consumption or even to take up Tea and Coffee drinking is more challenging. Other Hot Drinks, such as Hot Chocolate, generally provide more of an opportunity to get younger consumers to drink hot drinks.


In contrast to Tea, Coffee is seen as Indulgent worldwide; it is the second-most important consumer trend for Coffee, behind Personal Space and Time. Rising world coffee prices have contributed to this sense of Indulgence and Coffee''s popularity has been boosted by the coffee shop phenomenon. Furthermore, Coffee can be made more indulgent through the addition of syrups, toppings, and creams, which has helped raise the profile of Coffee and educate consumers on the diverse range of Coffee products on the market.

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Next-Generation Superfruits : ReportsnReports

This report examines the emerging market of superfruits within the global food and drinks market, analyzing data from four metrics: product launches, patent applications, health claim applications, and clinical trial data. This will enable manufacturers to assess the emerging trends and growth opportunities within the superfruit food and drinks landscape.

Features and benefits

Use patent application data to see which superfruits are provoking the most interest in terms of research and what is being deemed patentable. Use product launch data to identify the target areas for existing superfruit-based products. Understand the product breakdown by category. Assess EFSA's opinions and understand what types of claims are being made about which superfruits. Identify three up-and-coming superfruits as “ones to watch” in the future.

Highlights

Blueberry and pomegranate are the most popular superfruits in new food and drink launches. But novel fruits are gaining ground, with chokeberry, jujube, and seabuckthorn being notable examples. Over 400 new food and drink products containing seabuckthorn were launched in 2009–12, the majority of which hit shelves in Russia, Germany, and France.

A high proportion of health claims involving superfruits have been specifically about antioxidants, with over one in 10 claims submitted to EFSA addressing antioxidant properties. Although many superfruit ingredients have been lauded for their cellular protection properties, only acerola is associated with an endorsed health claim by EFSA.

According to the Cochrane Library, a significant 63% of clinical trials undertaken on superfruits in the period 2009 to 2012 were able to establish a cause and effect relationship. This should prompt further testing in future to establish the positive roles superfruits play in managing certain health conditions.

Your key questions answered

What are the more unusual superfruits that have potential to be successfully applied to food and drinks products? What health claims are being made about superfruits and how will these impact food and drinks players? What clinical trials are being undertaken on superfruits and how can these be useful to food and drinks companies? What patent applications have recently been filed on these superfruits and what will be the impact on their FMCG usage? How will regulations impact the sale of these superfruits in global markets?
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The Global Market for EPA/DHA Omega-3 Products : ReportsnReports

Packaged Facts projects the market value of EPA/ DHA omega-3 packaged products to reach $34.7 billion in 2016, representing a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 6.4% over 2011. Expanding public awareness of EPA/DHA omega-3 health benefit through positive media coverage of scientific research findings, as well as developments in regulatory markets, will contribute significantly to continued growth in the global market for EPA/DHA omega-3 products. Other factors that will continue to create a positive growth environment for EPA/DHA omega-3 products include:

Consumer interest in functional food and fortified product line expansions; Increasing demand for fortified infant formula due to population growth and rising middle class in emerging economies; Continued popularity of EPA/DHA omega-3 nutritional supplement products, including krill oil and vegetarian algae-based supplements; Introduction of pharmaceutical-grade products into South America and approval of generic forms in existing markets. Expanding clinical nutrition market opportunities for disease- and disorder-specific formula applications, created through additional R & D and aggressive marketing by ingredient suppliers; and Premiumization of pet foods due to humanization of companion animals;

This report, based on research commissioned by the Global Organization for EPA and DHA Omega-3 (GOED) and featured at the GOED Exchange 2012 conference in Boston in June 2012, focuses on the market for EPA / DHA omega-3 packaged products by category and global region. The products included in this study are those fortified with eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) or docosahexaenoic acid (DHA). Excluded from scope of this study are non-fortified fish/ fish products as well as products that only contain alpha linoleic acid (ALA) omega-3.

The geographic scope of this report is global, broken out into four regions: North America (United States and Canada); Europe (Scandinavia, Western Europe, Eastern Europe and Russia); Asia Pacific (China, Japan, South and Southeast Asia, Australia, New Zealand and Oceania); and Rest of World (Latin America, Middle East and Africa). Six categories of packaged consumer products are covered by this report: infant formula; fortified foods and beverages; nutritional supplements; pharmaceuticals; clinical nutrition (enteral and parenteral) products; and pet food, treats and supplements.

The base year for market sizing is 2011, with projections for 2016. All market size figures and projections are calculated in U.S. dollars.

The information contained in this report was obtained from primary and secondary research. Primary research entailed approximately one hundred interviews with industry insiders across geographic regions and product categories. Representatives from ingredient suppliers and consumer product manufacturers were interviewed, including special cooperation by GOED members. Consultations with other industry players and on-site examination of retail products also formed part of this study. Secondary research included extensive Internet canvassing and data gathering from relevant business and industry media; company information in annual reports, press releases, conference calls and investor presentations; product profiles in trade and consumer publications; GOED presentations and databases; published reports and studies; and related food and nutrition market reports by Packaged Facts. Sales estimates and forecasts are based on analysis of data and information from these sources.

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China Edible Vegetable Oil Industry Report, 2011-2013 : ReportsnReports

China’s edible vegetable oil consumption demand has maintained a rigid growth trend in recent years; and the whole edible vegetable oil industry has also made rapid development. In 2011, China’s edible vegetable oil output registered 43.319 million tons, rising by 19.6% from the year earlier; the apparent consumption reached 49.767 million tons, up 8.3% YoY; and the revenue increased by 27.9% YoY to RMB735.06 billion.

 

Due to the scarcity of raw materials, rising costs, and the government’s restriction on product prices for social stability, the gross margin of Chinese edible vegetable oil industry is merely 7.9%-9.1%. Affected by this, enterprises with weaker cost control abilities are exposed to losses even bankruptcy, while those advantageous in raw materials and brand channels benefit. In 2011, small-package edible oil market share of Yihai Kerry Group, COFCO and Shandong Luhua Group reached 50%, 15% and 8% respectively; and Chinese edible vegetable oil industry presented an oligopolistic competition pattern.

 

This report mainly covers the following contents:

 Market size, market structure, price trend, import & export, profit, competition pattern and consumption trend of Chinese edible vegetable oil market;  Impact of regulatory policies, industrial policies, entry barriers and upstream & downstream sectors on Chinese edible vegetable oil industry;  Analysis on market segments of Chinese edible vegetable oil industry, including market development and forecast of soybean oil, peanut oil, rapeseed oil, corn oil, olive oil, palm oil and camellia oil.  Production & operation, investment & acquisition, edible vegetable oil business and development prospect of 15 edible vegetable oil enterprises at home and abroad.
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USA Quarterly Beverage Tracker Report Q2 2012 : ReportsnReports

Why was the report written?
In the current climate of economic uncertainty and market volatility companies need to know about more than just data. This report provides a complete overview of all commercial beverage consumption trends, latest market developments and an economic mood indicator

What is the current market landscape and what is changing?
Persistent unemployment continues to cast a cloud over hopes for a speedy recovery for the economy in general and consumer spending in particular

What are the key drivers behind recent market changes?
Manufacturers are starting to see some benefits from more stable commodity and oil prices while consumers welcome the declining cost of gas. Carbonates continued to slide in spite of substantial investment in advertising.

What makes this report unique and essential to read?
Designed for clients who want to understand the latest trends in the USA beverage industry and want more detail and analysis on this data. Canadean''s USA Quarterly Beverage Tracker report is ideal for benchmarking total market vs. retail audit data and is an essential tool for keeping up-to-date with the latest industry and market developments

Key Features and Benefits
Readers are provided with a summary snap shot table showing category growth in Q2 2012 vs. Q2 2011, together with 2011 actual volumes, 2012 forecast volumes and projected growth

An economic mood indicator, completed by Canadean''s local consultant, examines (on a scale of one to five) whether confidence levels in the industry are better or worse than the previous quarter, whether net prices are rising or falling and how Private Label products have performed versus the rest of the market. Selected retail pricing data is given for the most recent quarter and the previous four quarters, enabling analysis of price movements.

Key highlights of the last quarter''s commercial beverage performance are identified and the key market drivers examined

Volumes for Q2 2012 vs. Q2 2011, full year 2011, moving annual totals (MAT) and 2012 forecasts are provided for each individual beverage category, together with supporting text on quarterly performance and forecast assumptions. More granular data is provided for the Carbonates category, with data split by regular vs. low calorie, and by key flavors.

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Profit Sector Analysis of the New Zealand Foodservice Industry: Market Profile to 2016 : ReportsnReports

This report is the result of Canadean''s extensive market research on the profit sector in the New Zealand foodservice industry. It provides a top-level overview and detailed insight into the operating environment of the foodservice industry in New Zealand in addition to a detailed Porter''s five force analysis of each channel in the sector and historic and forecast sales values at category level.

The information provided will allow foodservice companies to identify the market dynamics that account for overall sales and to determine which categories and segments will see growth in the coming years. "Profit Sector Analysis of the New Zealand Foodservice Industry: Market Profile to 2016" brings together Canadean Intelligence''s research, modeling and analysis expertise in order to develop granular and accessible market data. As such, is an essential tool for companies already established in the New Zealand foodservice value chain, as well new players considering entering the market.

 

Scope
"Profit Sector Analysis of the New Zealand Foodservice Industry: Market Profile to 2016" provides the following:

- Porter''s five force analysis for each channel in the profit sector.
- Channel trend analysis.
- Channel size and forecast.
- Key channel indicators.

 

Reasons To Buy
- Provides a clear understanding of the channels with Porter''s five force analysis.
- Understand the dynamics driving market growth of the profit sector.
- Gain insight into profit sector channel and sub-channel sales patterns in New Zealand.
- Analyze trends with historic sales segmentation data.
- Allows you to plan future business decisions using the report''s forecast figures for the market.

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Profit Sector Analysis of the Dutch Foodservice Industry: Market Profile to 2016 : ReportsnReports

This report presents detailed historic and forecast data on the profit sector in the Dutch foodservice industry, by analyzing key channel trends, market size, sales data and key channel indicators. The report also provides Porter''s five force analysis of each channel in the profit sector, in addition to examining the components of change in the channel through historic and future growth patterns.

Summary
This report is the result of Canadean''s extensive market research on the profit sector in the Dutch foodservice industry. It provides a top-level overview and detailed insight into the operating environment of the foodservice industry in Netherlands in addition to a detailed Porter''s five force analysis of each channel in the sector and historic and forecast sales values at category level.

The information provided will allow foodservice companies to identify the market dynamics that account for overall sales and to determine which categories and segments will see growth in the coming years. "Profit Sector Analysis of the Dutch Foodservice Industry: Market Profile to 2016" brings together Canadean Intelligence''s research, modeling and analysis expertise in order to develop granular and accessible market data. As such, is an essential tool for companies already established in the Dutch foodservice value chain, as well new players considering entering the market.

Scope
"Profit Sector Analysis of the Dutch Foodservice Industry: Market Profile to 2016" provides the following:

- Porter''s five force analysis for each channel in the profit sector.
- Channel trend analysis.
- Channel size and forecast.
- Key channel indicators.

Reasons To Buy
- Provides a clear understanding of the channels with Porter''s five force analysis.
- Understand the dynamics driving market growth of the profit sector.
- Gain insight into profit sector channel and sub-channel sales patterns in Netherlands.
- Analyze trends with historic sales segmentation data.
- Allows you to plan future business decisions using the report''s forecast figures for the market.

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200000 Syrians flee fighting; food shortage reported - Detroit Free Press

200000 Syrians flee fighting; food shortage reported - Detroit Free Press | Food and Beverage | Scoop.it
Sky News Australia200000 Syrians flee fighting; food shortage reportedDetroit Free PressBEIRUT -- The United Nations said 200000 Syrians have fled the embattled city of Aleppo, where intense clashes flared Monday between regime forces bombarding...
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Food and Beverage Packaging Trends in the U.S.: Consumer Viewpoints and Marketer Opportunities : ReportsnReports

Food and Beverage Packaging Trends in the U.S.: Consumer Viewpoints and Marketer Opportunities  provides fresh, original and actionable analysis of how key consumer trends intersect with and impact food and beverage packaging. Packaging has increasingly moved beyond basic functionality into value-added features that amp up convenience, product quality and freshness, and eco-friendliness. Based on proprietary Packaged Facts survey data, this report analyzes which packaging attributes and innovations are most valuable to consumers and most likely to influence consumer behavior.

This report provides food manufacturers, marketers and brand managers, and retailers with answers to these key questions:

How do key consumer trends of quality, convenience and eco-friendliness impact food and beverage packaging? What's new in food and beverage packaging: examples and illustrations of new products What’s next in food and beverage packaging: trend translation tips What are the implications for manufacturers and retailers?

Our analysis treats specific packaging formats and features such as meal/salad kits, flexible pouches, stick packs, steam-in-bags, bio-based bottles, and easy/open-close in the context of market issues and priorities such as eco-consciousness, recycling, over-packaging and packaging reduction/bulk foods, natural/organic/local, healthy eating trends, product freshness, food purity and safety, on-the-go eating trends, purchasing for immediate consumption, and store brands.

From purchase at the shelf through consumption, packaging for food and beverages is evolving to intersect with consumer priorities. Categories and brands have benefited significantly when manufacturers and retailers have aligned packaging innovation with emerging consumer attitudes and trends. To navigate this dynamic environment, manufacturers and retailers must understand what will matter most to consumers and which packaging innovations can deliver benefits that actually impact buying behavior.

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Ice Cream and Frozen Desserts in the U.S

Ice cream and frozen desserts is a highly competitive market, with two multinational conglomerates—Nestlé and Unilever—at the top of the heap. Across the country, nonetheless, are hundreds of regional and local competitors that often go head-to-head with the industry giants in particular geographic markets, with many local and regional brands commanding the loyalty of generations of customers. In addition, a slew of niche companies run by entrepreneurs are making more than a blip on the radar screen with innovative and truly differentiated products. Also in the mix is a generous swirl of private label, with the improved quality of store brands making them an attractive price/value alternative to premium brands.

 

This completely updated Packaged Facts report examines the U.S. market for ice cream and frozen desserts, analyzing market size and drivers, new product introductions, and competitive strategies for the retail and foodservice sectors. Trends at play in the market include the impact of the recession and slow economic recovery; ingredient costs; targeting adults with premium and superpremium products; and opportunities to market products to Hispanic consumers.

 

The report thoroughly examines the competitive situation, with detailed profiles of trend-making marketers and foodservice providers including Nestlé Dreyer’s Ice Cream, Unilever, Wells Enterprises, Dean Foods, Blue Bell Creameries, Friendly’s Ice Cream, Baskin-Robbins, Dairy Queen, TCBY, and many more.


Key data sources include SymphonyIRI InfoScan Reviews quantifying retail mass-market sales at the marketer/brand share level, SPINSscan retail sales in the natural food channel, Experian Simmons national consumer surveys on purchasing patterns including brand preferences, and Packaged Facts' own online consumer survey conducted in March 2012. The report also includes dozens of images of new products and consumer advertising and marketing promotions, with a particular focus on the increasing usage of new media.

 

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Report Details:
Published: April 2012
No. of Pages: 372
Price: Single User License: US $ 3750 Corporate User License: US $ 7500

 

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Executive Summary
Introduction
Scope of Report: Foodservice and Retail
Excluded Products
Product Types
Product Categories
Report Methodology
Market Trends
Sales Top $25.1 Billion in 2011
Foodservice Is the Larger Channel
Packaged Ice Cream Dominates Mass-Market Sales
Figure 1-1: Share of Total U.S. Dollar Sales of Ice Cream and Frozen Desserts: Foodservice vs. Retail, 2007 vs. 2011 (percent)
Sales Will Top $28.6 Billion by 2016
Competitive Trends
A Highly Competitive Marketplace
Foodservice Marketers
Co-Packing and Ice Cream Mixes
Recent Mergers and Acquisitions
Top 12 Marketers Account for 70% of Mass-Market Ice Cream and Frozen Dessert Sales
The Big Two: Nestlé and Unilever

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Global Coffee Corporate Strategy: A Dynamic Market Packed with Pod Potential : ReportsnReports

Major companies performed well over the recessionary period, underpinned by strong demand for premium coffee. While Nestlé and Kraft have been active in acquisitions, GMCR, Sara Lee and Lavazza have made large investments in their respective core markets, with North America, Russia and Brazil being the hot spots. Nestlé is expected to continue to lead the global market, while the future of Kraft’s coffee business remains uncertain.


Euromonitor International''s Global Coffee Corporate Strategy: A Dynamic Market Packed with Pod Potential global briefing offers an insight into to the size and shape of the Hot Drinks market, highlights buzz topics, emerging geographies, categories and trends as well as pressing industry issues and white spaces. It identifies the leading companies and brands, offers strategic analysis of key factors influencing the market - be they new product developments, packaging innovations, economic/lifestyle influences, distribution or pricing issues. Forecasts illustrate how the market is set to change and criteria for success. The analysis can focus on both retail and foodservice.


Product coverage: Coffee, Other Hot Drinks, Tea.


Data coverage: market sizes (historic and forecasts), company shares, brand shares and distribution data.


Why buy this report?
* Get a detailed picture of the Hot Drinks market;
* Pinpoint growth sectors and identify factors driving change;
* Understand the competitive environment, the market’s major players and leading brands;
* Use five-year forecasts to assess how the market is predicted to develop.

Euromonitor International has over 40 years'' experience of publishing market research reports, business reference books and online information systems. With offices in London, Chicago, Singapore, Shanghai, Vilnius, Dubai, Cape Town, Santiago, Sydney, Tokyo and Bangalore and a network of over 800 analysts worldwide, Euromonitor International has a unique capability to develop reliable information resources to help drive informed strategic planning. 

 

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Innovations in Food and Drink Flavors : ReportsnReports

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Despite the significance of key consumer trends such as health and convenience, taste remains the dominant influence on consumer choice. Flavor innovation is integral to new product development and cross-category migration represents a proven method of inspiration. This report provides a review of the most interesting flavor developments in food and drinks and highlights areas of opportunity.

Features and benefits

Identify the top, fastest-growing, and new flavors in the major food and drink categories. Use highlighted examples to discover the potential of flavor migration. Understand what works and what doesn't. Analyze current flavor trends and evaluate future opportunities. Learn how cross-category flavor migration is linked with strategic marketing options. Examine the creative processes that can help with development of new products with innovative flavors.

Highlights

New bakery and cereal flavors include new savory sources such as Sea Salt and Seaweed, as well as the confectionery flavors, Nougat and Marshmallow. Red and berry fruits (Plum, Forest Fruit, and Red Fruit) also appear as new flavors in this category. The sweet and savory mix of new flavors in this category is interesting.

It is interesting to note that popular, traditional flavors are evolving courtesy of their development and description in terms of their authenticity, provenance, and specificity. Some recent product launches feature varietal flavors of strawberry such as Senga, or Wild Strawberry.

Almonds have traditionally been seen as a specialist nut for confectionery, snacking and baking, but more recently they are appearing in a range of categories, having been successfully promoted by growers and manufacturers. In the decade up to 2011, North American per capita consumption of California Almonds grew 71%.

Your key questions answered

What are the most common flavors in new food and drink products? Which flavors are new and original and which are the fastest-growing? Why does cross-category flavor migration happen, how does it work, and what are the major flavor movements at the moment? What are the marketing strategies that leverage cross-category flavor transfer? What sort of opportunities are there for new products with cross-category flavors? How can the creative process be applied to develop new products with innovative flavors?
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Nutritional Supplements in the U.S., 5th Edition : ReportsnReports

[200 Pages Report] Check for Discount on Nutritional Supplements in the U.S., 5th Edition report by Packaged Facts. Throughout the recession and its New Normal” aftermath...
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Cost Sector Analysis of the US Foodservice Industry: Market Profile to 2016 : ReportsnReports

This report presents detailed data on the cost sector in the US foodservice industry through in-depth analysis of key channel trends, market size, historical and forecast sales data. The report examines the components of change in the channel with a focus on historic and future growth patterns.

Summary
This report is the result of Canadean''s extensive market research covering the cost sector in the US foodservice industry. It provides a top-level overview and detailed insight into the operating environment of the foodservice industry in US in addition to historic and forecast sales values at category level.

The information provided will allow foodservice companies to identify the market dynamics that account for overall sales figures and to ascertain which categories and segments will see growth in the coming years."Cost Sector Analysis of the US Foodservice Industry: Market Profile to 2016" brings together Canadean Intelligence''s research, modeling and analysis expertise in order to develop uniquely detailed market data; and as such, is an essential tool for companies already established in the US foodservice value chain as well as players considering entering the market.

Scope
"Cost Sector Analysis of the US Foodservice Industry: Market Profile to 2016" provides the following:

- Channel trend analysis for each channel in the cost sector.
- Channel size and forecast.
- Key channel indicators.

Reasons To Buy
- Provides clear understanding of the cost sector segmentation in US.
- Understand the market growth dynamics of the cost sector.
- Gain insight into the cost sector channel and sub-channel sales patterns in US.
- Analyze trends with historic sales segmentation data.
- Allows you to plan future business decisions using the report''s forecast figures for the market.

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Cost Sector Analysis of the New Zealand Foodservice Industry: Market Profile to 2016 : ReportsnReports

This report presents detailed data on the cost sector in the New Zealand foodservice industry through in-depth analysis of key channel trends, market size, historical and forecast sales data. The report examines the components of change in the channel with a focus on historic and future growth patterns.

 

Summary
This report is the result of Canadean''s extensive market research covering the cost sector in the New Zealand foodservice industry. It provides a top-level overview and detailed insight into the operating environment of the foodservice industry in New Zealand in addition to historic and forecast sales values at category level.

The information provided will allow foodservice companies to identify the market dynamics that account for overall sales figures and to ascertain which categories and segments will see growth in the coming years."Cost Sector Analysis of the New Zealand Foodservice Industry: Market Profile to 2016" brings together Canadean Intelligence''s research, modeling and analysis expertise in order to develop uniquely detailed market data; and as such, is an essential tool for companies already established in the New Zealand foodservice value chain as well as players considering entering the market.

 

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Scope
"Cost Sector Analysis of the New Zealand Foodservice Industry: Market Profile to 2016" provides the following:

- Channel trend analysis for each channel in the cost sector.
- Channel size and forecast.
- Key channel indicators.

 

Reasons To Buy
- Provides clear understanding of the cost sector segmentation in New Zealand.
- Understand the market growth dynamics of the cost sector.
- Gain insight into the cost sector channel and sub-channel sales patterns in New Zealand.
- Analyze trends with historic sales segmentation data.
- Allows you to plan future business decisions using the report''s forecast figures for the market.

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Cost Sector Analysis of the New Zealand Foodservice Industry: Market Profile to 2016 : ReportsnReports

[56 Pages Report] Check for Discount on Cost Sector Analysis of the New Zealand Foodservice Industry: Market Profile to 2016 report by Canadean. SynopsisThis report presents detailed data on the cost secto...
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Retailing in India : ReportsnReports

[136 Pages Report] Check for Discount on Retailing in India report by Verdict. The Indian retail market has grown at a double-digit compoun...
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Food Service at the Service Station Channel in Europe : ReportsnReports

Consumers are increasingly demanding food service at forecourts to appease their growing appetite for food-to-go. This trend coupled with declining fuel margins is stimulating fuel retailers to develop better food service, either under their own brands or through partnerships. Specialist food service retailers are also keen to exploit the service station channel to tap the food-to-go opportunity.

Features and benefits

Develop new marketing ideas and promotion strategies by identifying important customer groups and key trends with regards on-the-move consumption. Benchmark your food service proposition by examining competitors' strategies related to product mix, promotions, branding, and partnerships. Identify potential partners for developing a strong food service offer by accessing information about key bakery, coffee, and fast-food retailers. Adopt the most suitable route to market by examining the benefits and challenges involved in private label brands and partnerships for food-to-go. Plan future strategies by examining key developments in the overall food service industry and potential risks from other retailers.

Highlights

Across Europe, the trend toward out-of-home and on-the-move consumption is expected to rise gradually up to 2014. Motorists are increasingly demanding more variety in hot food and drinks. Among the various consumer groups, young, single, and intensive motorists have the highest propensity to buy a food-to-go product from a forecourt shop.

Given rising consumer demand, fuel retailers in Spain, Poland, and Italy have developed their own food service concepts while also partnering with food service specialists. Repsol has partnered with food service chains including Burger King and Nespresso. PKN Orlen in Poland and Eni Agip in Italy are also expanding their own food service brands.

Specialist food service and coffee retailers are developing smaller formats suitable for travel retail destinations. Retailers such as Greggs and Costa Coffee have already entered the UK’s service station retail space. Subway is also looking to expand its footprint with a high focus on convenience-led retail locations including forecourts.

Your key questions answered

Which customers most value food-to-go at forecourts and how are their needs changing? How can food service be tailored to better meet these needs? What is the best way to develop a food service offer? What are the challenges in developing own brand compared to partnering with specialists? Which food service and coffee retailers and their formats are suitable for my service station? Will they be interested in a partnership? How are competitors positioning their food service propositions/brands and what features differentiate their offers? What is the potential of food-to-go at service stations and is there benefit in partnering with fuel retailers to open an outlet at their sites?
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