Market Research


  • Low-Carb Trend

    A new report from Datamonitor Consumer Markets, New York, NY, called “The Low Carb Future” investigates where the low-carb trend came from, how it has evolved and where it will go. Combining consumer surveys and analysis from interviews w…
    07.01.04

  • Low Carb Pulse

    Food marketers can find out why consumers buy low-carb foods with the new “Low Carb Pulse” report recently released by Fourscore & five LLC, Manville, NJ. The report is based on a recent on-line study that identifies who and what is d…
    06.01.04

  • Obesity in America

    According to the latest research from The Hartman Group, Bellevue, WA, the majority of U.S. consumers believe being overweight is not a physical health problem. The study, “Obesity in America: Understanding Weight Management from a Consumer Per…
    06.01.04

  • Minerals | Vitamins

    Survival Strategies in Consumer Healthcare: Vitamins, Minerals & Supplements

    “Survival Strategies in Consumer Healthcare: Vitamins, Minerals & Supplements”, is a new report from Nicholas Hall & Company, Southend-on-Sea, Essex, U.K. According to the report, the growth that characterized vitamins, minerals a…
    06.01.04

  • Over-the-Counter (OTC) Diet Aids

    A new study released from Kalorama Information, New York, NY, says the U.S. market for over-the-counter (OTC) diet aids has survived a difficult year, as revenues have pulled back from previous record highs. After several years of strong growth, the…
    06.01.04

  • Specialty Tea in the U.S.

    The demand for specialty tea in the U.S. has reached record sales levels, according to the latest edition of the “Tea Is ‘Hot’ Report™”, published by Sage Group International, Seattle, WA. The new report points out that…
    06.01.04

  • Sports Nutrition

    The U.S. Market for Sports Nutritional Products

    According to “The U.S. Market for Sports Nutritional Products”, a new study released by market research publisher Packaged Facts, a division of MarketResearch.com, New York, NY, the overall retail market for sports nutritional products wa…
    06.01.04

  • Low Carbohydrate Foods

    A new report on low carbohydrate foods by Mintel, Chicago, IL, has found that over 50% of Americans have tried the diet in the past, are currently on the diet or are cutting back carbohydrate intake, or would try it in the future. Mintel’s rese…
    06.01.04

  • Regulations

    European Phytosterol Markets

    According to “European Phytosterol Markets”, released by Frost & Sullivan, London, U.K., in 2003 the European phytosterol market experienced a healthy growth. Nearly 3000 tons of plant sterols and stanols were used in food, pharmaceut…
    06.01.04

  • Analysis on Probiotic End Users

    Frost & Sullivan, Oxford, U.K., has completed an analysis on probiotic end users. Valued at nearly $13 million in 2003, the total market for probiotic ingredients in applications for human consumption is currently growing at an estimated rate of…
    03.01.04

  • The HealthFocus 2003 Trend Report

    HealthFocus International, Atlanta, GA, has released “The HealthFocus 2003 Trend Report,” which studies consumer attitudes and actions toward health food choices. Updated every two years, the report is based on a detailed survey of more t…
    03.01.04

  • Food Bars: On-The-Go Products For Snacking And Nutrition

    The Leading Edge Report Group, Commack, NY, has released “Food Bars: On-The-Go Products For Snacking And Nutrition.” Detailed market data track current and projected sales trends on a product-by-product basis. Competition, marketing strat…
    03.01.04

  • U.S. Retail Sales of Weight Loss Products

    U.S. retail sales of weight loss products increased by a total of almost 90% and posted a compound annual growth rate of 17% during the period of 1999 to 2003, according to “The U.S. Market for Weight Loss Eating and Product Trends,” a ne…
    03.01.04

  • Herbal, Complementary & Alternative Medicines: Connecting to New Realities

    U.K.-based Nicholas Hall & Company has released a new study called “Herbal, Complementary & Alternative Medicines: Connecting to New Realities.” Published in two volumes and with over 370 charts and tables, the study is a mine of…
    11.01.03

  • Commercializing Innovation: The Food & Health Marketing Handbook

    Research and Markets, Dublin, Ireland, has released, “Commercializing Innovation: The Food & Health Marketing Handbook,” which provides a strategic summary on the last 10 years of functional foods. The handbook outlines five strategie…
    11.01.03

  • Food Bars: On-The-Go Products For Snacking And Nutrition

    The Leading Edge Report Group, Commack, NY, has published “Food Bars: On-The-Go Products For Snacking And Nutrition.” Detailed market data track current and projected sales trends on a product-by-product basis. Competition, marketing stra…
    11.01.03

  • Consumer Trends | Minerals | Vitamins

    U.S. Dietary Supplement Market

    Nutrition Business Journal (NBJ), San Diego, CA, has released, “NBJ’s Supplement Business Report 2003,” which offers analysis of the $18.8 billion U.S. dietary supplement market. The 800 plus page new edition for 2003 presents 18 se…
    11.01.03

  • The Low-Carb Diet and Today's Consumer: Understanding the Low-Carbohydrate Phenomenon from a Consumer Perspective

    The Hartman Group, Bellevue, WA, has released a new consumer report titled, “The Low-Carb Diet and Today’s Consumer: Understanding the Low-Carbohydrate Phenomenon from a Consumer Perspective.” The report estimates the number of cons…
    11.01.03

  • Soy Products & Markets

    According to “Soy Products & Markets,” a new study from The Freedonia Group, Cleveland, OH, U.S. demand for soy products is expected to increase over 5% per year to over $8 billion in 2007. The report also indicates that while the foo…
    11.01.03

  • U.S. and European probiotics market

    Frost and Sullivan, Oxford, U.K., has released “U.S. and European Probiotics,” a new report, which contains market research pertaining to the U.S. and European probiotics market. According to the report, limited consumer awareness threate…
    11.01.03