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kidspersonalcare

Kids Personal Care Trend Report

Kids Personal Care market is expected to grow at a rate of 10% till 2019.
In this report, we analyse various categories which fall
under Kid’s Personal Care Market. We have recognized trends under hair care, skin care and oral care categories.

TABLE OF CONTENTS
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What is Kids Personal Care Category?
What is this trend?
Benefits
Positioning Trends
Category- Hair Care
Category- Body Care
Category-Oral Care
Category-Bath Products
Packaging Trends
Innovative Products

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water

Mini Trend Report: Bottled Water Trends

 

 

In this report we researched the key trends affecting the bottled water category and the opportunities that represents for new product development.

 

The full report available for purchase contains:
-  30 Pages of in depth Analysis
-  Key Features of the trend
-  Trends Analysis including Claims, Ingredients and Packaging
-  Detailed Examples of Innovative Bottled Water products from around the world
-  Opportunities Analysis where we tell you how to capitalize on this trend

 

 

 

BRIEF
In our mini report series the TrendMonitor team researches up and coming trends from around the world.  The mini reports can be purchased separately or as part of our yearly subscription which includes a minimum of 36 reports annually.

Bottled water maintained its robust growth in 2013 based on an expanded consumer base and diversified product offerings. We believe this trend could have a global impact in the coming years. In this mini trend report we cover the history of the trend, the key features, product innovation, consumer insights, company spotlights and opportunities analysis.

 


TABLE OF CONTENTS

Market History
Current Market
Key Trends Analysis
Product Innovation
Packaging Trends
Consumer Insights
What’s Next?
Crowdfunding Challenge

 

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trendslist

FoodNavigator predicts top five industry drivers in 2014

As the New Year dawns, FoodNavigator predicts the top five drivers of the European food industry in the year ahead.

http://www.beveragedaily.com/Markets/FoodNavigator-predicts-top-five-industry-drivers-in-2014

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rumtrends

Report: Global Rum Trends

 

 

In the report we researched the Rum in over 60 different countries during the past 12 months. Based on our findings our analysts identified a number of global and regional trends that we discuss in detail.

 

The full report available for purchase contains:
-  52 Pages of in depth Analysis divided by Regional Analysis
-  Regional summary of Juice Trends in Latin America, North America, Asia and Europe over the past 12 months
-  Key Trends Affecting the Industry
-  Trends Analysis including Flavors, Claims, Packaging
-  Detailed Examples of Innovative Rum Products from over 60 countries
-  Opportunities Analysis where we tell you What´s Next

 

BRIEF
Gain an understanding of what is happening in the Rum category globally. Use new product launches as the basis for uncovering trends in flavors, packaging, claims and innovative products. Use a wealth of product samples to support findings. Speak with consumers and leaders of industry to get their point of view. Perform a thorough analysis of each regions trends to understand key growth opportunities now and in the future.

This report analyzes the health and functional positioning of the products. Products which claim to provide higher immunity or better health are capturing consumer’s interest.

Packaging is also becoming the essential part of the brand value. The consumer is not only focusing on inner health factors but is influenced by the outer appeal as well.

 


TABLE OF CONTENTS

Global Market Overview
Market Size Analysis
Top Launches by Region and Country
Latin America Overview
North America Overview
Europe Overview
Asia Overview
Most Popular Flavors
Top Positioning Claims (Health, Demographic, Functional)
Packaging Analysis
Key Trends Analysis
Packaging
Advertising
Social Media
Design
What’s Next

 

 

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juicetrends

Trend Report: Juice Trends 2014

 

 

 

In the report we researched the Juice Category in over 60 different countries during the past 12 months. Based on our findings our analysts identified a number of global and regional trends that we discuss in detail.

 

The Report is Segmented into 3 Category Reports (Available for purchase as a package or individually):
1. Juice and Juice Drinks
2. Drink Mixes & Concentrates
3. Smoothie Drinks

 

The full report available for purchase contains:
-  250 Pages of in depth Analysis divided by Regional Analysis
-  Regional summary of Juice Trends in Latin America, North America, Asia and Europe over the past 12 months
-  Key Trends Affecting the Industry
-  Trends Analysis including Flavors, Claims, Packaging
-  300 Detailed Examples of Innovative Juice Products from over 60 countries
-  Opportunities Analysis where we tell you What´s Next

 

BRIEF
Gain an understanding of what is happening in the Juice category globally. Use new product launches as the basis for uncovering trends in flavors, packaging, claims and innovative products. Use a wealth of product samples to support findings. Speak with consumers and leaders of industry to get their point of view. Perform a thorough analysis of each regions trends to understand key growth opportunities now and in the future


TABLE OF CONTENTS

Global Market Overview
Latin America Overview
North America Overview
Europe Overview
Asia Overview
Key Trends Analysis
Probiotic/Prebiotic
Blending of Categories
Sparkling
More than Just Juice
Superfood Powered
Cold Pressed
Packaging Differentiation
Targeting Children
What’s Next

 

Why You Need This Report
-  With over 300 Product Examples from around the world we give your new product development team a global overview of this category so you can create the best new products possible
-  Understand what are the hottest trends in packaging so you don´t get left behind
-  Get ideas for new and exciting flavors from recently launched products
-  Find out which claims are on the rise and how you can use that information to make a more successful product
-  We tell you what´s next so you can create an effective short and long term strategy
-  Understanding what happened over the past 12 months will give you a good idea of where this category is headed and how you can compete better

 

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cleanmove

What is clean eating?

Clean eating is a phrase you’ve probably heard before from bloggers, authors and trainers. But what is clean eating? Weight trainers promote it as an ideal diet with a special emphasis on lean protein, while vegan bloggers and authors promote a “clean” diet free of meat and dairy — so the definition of a clean eating diet varies.
There is a common thread among clean eating promoters. They believe food should be as close to its natural state as possible, free of preservatives, chemicals, pesticides or dyes. Clean Eating magazine probably expresses it best: “The soul of clean eating is consuming food in its most natural state, or as close to it as possible. It is not a diet; it’s a lifestyle approach to food and its preparation, leading to an improved life – one meal at a time.”
Foods that are often in the diet include:
  • Produce
  • Whole grains
  • Legumes
  • Lean protein
  • Healthy fats
  • Wild salmon
Foods that aren’t on the diet:
  • Genetically modified foods
  • Refined flour and sugar
  • Processed foods
  • Canned foods
  • Junk food

One author who has helped make the clean eating movement popular is Terry Walters, who wrote several books based on the clean eating concept. Her first book, "Clean Food," promoted a vegan diet that centered on dairy-free, meatless dishes based on fresh produce, legumes and grains.

Another popular clean eating author is Tosca Reno, who has written 13 books. Her books center on eating lean proteins in six to seven small meals a day, plus healthy fats, carbohydrates and produce. Her books are written from a body-building perspective, and concentrate on “healthy” lean meats, rather than a vegan diet. Her own story is inspirational, as she began this journey at 40 as an unhappy, unhealthy and overweight woman who decided to change. And change she did! At 53, she is planning on competing in a figure competition, something unimaginable 13 years ago.
While there is a lot of variance in the cleaning eating movement, the focus on eating a diet free from modern chemicals and refined foods remains consistent. And that is a focus I can sign up for as well.
What do you think of the clean eating movement?
Full Article @ MNN

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sportstrends

Trend Report: Sports & Energy Drinks

 

 

The TrendMonitor research team has put together their annual report for Sports and Energy Drinks.  In the report we researched the Sports and Energy Drinks category in over 50 different countries during the past 12 months. Based on our findings our analysts identified a number of global and regional trends that we discuss in detail.

 

 

The full report available for purchase contains:

  • 200 Pages of in depth Analysis divided by Regional Analysis
  • Regional summary of Sports and Energy Drinks in Latin America, North America and Europe over the past 12 months
  • Key Market Summary
  • Trends Analysis including Flavors, Claims, Packaging, Pricing,  Advertising and Social Media
  • 300 Detailed Examples of Innovative Sports and Energy Drink Products from over 50 countries
  • Opportunities Analysis where we tell you What´s Next

Why You Need This Report

  • With over 300 Product Examples from around the world we give your new product development team a global overview of this category so you can create the best new products possible
  • There is no report on the market that offers this much in depth analysis
  • Understand what are the hottest trends in packaging so you don´t get left behind
  • Get ideas for new and exciting flavors from recently launched products
  • Find out which claims are on the rise and how you can use that information to make a more successful product
  • Natural vs Artificial: We tell you where these trends are headed
  • Do you know which ingredients will have breakout years in 2013?
  • Want to know more about non GMO products, how about Juiced Energy Drinks?
  • We tell you what´s next so you can create an effective short and long term strategy
  • Understanding what happened over the past 12 months will give you a good idea of where this category is headed and how you can compete better
  • If you already sell a product or are thinking about entering the Sports and Energy Drink category this report will be your best resource moving forward.

 

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socialmediatrends

Restaurant Social Media Trends for 2013

While Pinterest became a hot piece of real estate in 2012 social media, experts looking further into 2013 see less of a new breakout name than the more effective use of existing platforms such as Twitter and Facebook.

Some emerging areas of social media include geo-location platforms, photo-sharing applications like Instagram and others, and increased use of video, such as YouTube and Vimeo postings, social media consultants said.

“While there are many new emerging platforms that look sexy and hopeful,” said Amanda Hite, co-founder and chief change officer at BTC Revolutions, a Lexington, Ky.-based social-media consultancy, “we strongly believe that restaurant brands need to get good at [using] the platforms their brands, their customers and their employees are on now.”

Sara A. Polito, founder of the Dallas-based Causing the Stir social media agency, agreed, pointing to Instagram, Pinterest and Twitter as the social media platforms restaurants should watch in 2013. "Although these free platforms aren’t new to the social media world, they are, in my opinion, game changers for businesses, especially restaurants," she said.

“I think it’s one of the best social platforms to drive traffic to your website and other social channels," said Polito about Twitter. "It’s much more timely and the best for current events and conversations.”

While Pinterest became a hot piece of real estate in 2012 social media, experts looking further into 2013 see less of a new breakout name than the more effective use of existing platforms such as Twitter and Facebook.

Some emerging areas of social media include geo-location platforms, photo-sharing applications like Instagram and others, and increased use of video, such as YouTube and Vimeo postings, social media consultants said.

“While there are many new emerging platforms that look sexy and hopeful,” said Amanda Hite, co-founder and chief change officer at BTC Revolutions, a Lexington, Ky.-based social-media consultancy, “we strongly believe that restaurant brands need to get good at [using] the platforms their brands, their customers and their employees are on now.”

Sara A. Polito, founder of the Dallas-based Causing the Stir social media agency, agreed, pointing to Instagram, Pinterest and Twitter as the social media platforms restaurants should watch in 2013. "Although these free platforms aren’t new to the social media world, they are, in my opinion, game changers for businesses, especially restaurants," she said.

“I think it’s one of the best social platforms to drive traffic to your website and other social channels," said Polito about Twitter. "It’s much more timely and the best for current events and conversations.”

Full article @ NRN

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foodies

Crazy new chemistry lab cuisine set to take the foodie world by storm

Canapes of roast cauliflower dipped in chocolate or stilton spread with rhubarb could be on the menu for cocktail parties, if food scientists have their way.

A team in the U.S. has investigated the chemical links between popular food combinations, such as strawberries and cream.

They discovered we often combine ingredients that contain the same flavour compounds — the chemicals that give food its taste.

This may be why we like cocktails with berries or citrus but not carrots because fruit and alcohol share many of the same chemicals.

Some food groups — such as mushrooms, fish and nuts — have few flavour links, so are unlikely to be the source of new exotic combinations.

But other foods have strong chemical connections that don’t often appear in recipes.

Coffee is one ingredient that shares flavour compounds with many foods.

So it is little surprise that coffee-rubbed cheeseburgers with Texas barbecue sauce has appeared in foodie bible Bon Appetit magazine.

Chocolate — another key ingredient that shares many flavour compounds with other products — is increasingly being used in savoury dishes by those looking for a startling food combination.

Pigeon combined with chocolate sauce could be the next big thing
Pigeon combined with chocolate sauce could be the next big thing

Pigeon combined with chocolate sauce could be the next big thing

Braised pigeons in chocolate sauce or even chicken and chocolate (a recipe in the new Gu cookbook) are no longer thought of as weird.

After this chemical food link discovery, surely top cooks are already busy creating recipes for such delights as adding lapsang souchong tea to tomato-based dishes, sprinkling vegetables with extract of violet or adding honey to seaweed.

Full Article @ DM

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glocalism

Retail Watchwords for 2013: MomPopolies, Glocalism

Every savvy loyalty marketer has mobile marketing, social media and the fiscal cliff on the 2013 radar screen. But, according to a recent Colloquy report, powerful trends, such as the rise of MomPopolies and Glocalism, could well change the future of marketing.

Marketers who aren’t getting ahead of the curve on fast-moving but under-the-radar developments like these might be preparing for the wrong challenges in the year ahead.

To address these issues and more, Colloquy, the global research arm of LoyaltyOne, released "Under the Radar: Ten Trends Loyalty Marketers Might Not See Coming in 2013." Authored by Colloquy editorial director Carlos Dunlap, the outlook alerts senior executives to marketplace dynamics that will enable them to better engage customers and influence behavior in 2013.

“While business leaders strategize on how to manage location-based marketing, word of mouth and other well-known issues – and simultaneously trying to connect with customers who are rapidly losing interest – they may be missing 10 industry-changing trends that are emerging,” Dunlap said.

MomPopolies are the mom and pop establishments that have as much engagement power as their national rivals, but with local panache. When regional businesses are altered by far away events, that’s Glocalism. It’s the butterfly effect on fiber optic wings.

Under the Radar groups Dunlap’s insights on the fast-emerging marketplace developments into three categories: trends that influence relevance; trends that affect customer engagement; and the economy’s effect on creating value.

Some other individual trends explored in the report include the data scientist shortage, the data marketing regulation rebound, economic fear and control, and health equals wealth. In addition to identifying stealth trends, Dunlap tells marketers in Under the Radar how to capitalize on each event in order to engage customers, influence behavior and boost performance over corporate rivals.

Full Article @ PG

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