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Vitamin D outshines Vitamin C

33% of Vitamin, Mineral and Supplement users take Vitamin D.

21-Jan-2019

As the nation struggles through the dark January days, with vitamin D in short supply, latest research from Mintel reveals some good news for the “sunshine drug”, as it is crowned Britain’s favourite single vitamin supplement. According to Mintel, usage of Vitamin D has risen a glowing 7 ...

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Four US foodservice trends for 2019

16-Jan-2019

Mintel, the world’s leading market intelligence agency, has announced four trends set to impact the US restaurant industry in 2019. In the year ahead, the foodservice landscape will evolve, driven by increased awareness around social and environmental responsibility and innovation in ...

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3 trends to look out for in China’s snack market

11-Jan-2019

Though experiencing a slower growth rate, China’s snack food retail market has been growing steadily in the past years, according to Mintel estimates. China’s snacking market, while currently fragmented, holds opportunities for brands to stand out. Here, we take a deeper look at what this market ...

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Am I bovvered? Half of UK under-25s can’t get motivated to follow healthy habits more often

60% of Brits support taxes on unhealthy food and drink.

04-Jan-2019

It’s the time of year when the nation traditionally resolves to eat more healthily and do more exercise, but half of young Brits admit they simply can’t be bothered to lead a healthier lifestyle. According to new research from Mintel, 49% of under-25s say that it is a sheer lack of motivation ...

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Brain and energy products can help relieve stress among Asia’s teens

17-Dec-2018

The rate of depression and anxiety among Asia’s teens is increasing. Mintel research reveals that almost half of Chinese consumers aged 16-19 are worried about their studies and their future after school, respectively. The fast pace and mounting worries of life are impacting the mental health of ...

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Natural food/drink launches with GMO-free claims grew 366% in Canada in the last 10 years

11-Dec-2018

While natural food and drink appears to have gone mainstream in Canada, it seems confusion around what ‘natural’ actually means has inspired a free-from revolution. Research from Mintel Global New Products Database (GNPD) reveals that there was a 366% increase in ‘GMO-free’ claims on natural ...

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Catering to Chinese parents’ food safety concerns

10-Dec-2018

A decade after China’s infant milk formula (IMF) safety scandal, Chinese parents are becoming more confident about the safety of baby food products. Indeed, Mintel’s latest research on China’s IMF sector reveals concerns over the safety of food products among Chinese parents dropped 14 percentage ...

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Ethical and health credentials can drive interest in the free-from market

26-Nov-2018

Avoiding certain foods/ingredients is common in the UK, with nearly half of consumers reporting avoidance in their household. Rather surprisingly, the avoidance of foods or ingredients due to allergies/intolerances is not the primary reason driving consumers to avoid certain foods/ingredients, ...

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Is West African cuisine the next big food trend?

21-Nov-2018

African ingredients and flavours are gaining momentum across the food, drink, health and beauty sectors. Much of the food and drink focus has been on the flavours of Northern Africa, but more recently there has been a groundswell of interest in the largely unexplored cuisine of Western African ...

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3 global bakery trends to look for in 2019

20-Nov-2018

As consumers cut their consumption of carbs, brands need to make bread memorable – or at least healthier – through vivid colours, ethnic flavours and better-for-you versions. Colourful vegetable bread Bakery products containing vegetables are a strong way for brands to tap into interest in ...

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