just-food's research round-up: sustainability, dairy, ready meals
Can retailers and manufacturers looking to lower emissions drive consumer behaviour?
The latest batch of reports from the just-food research store includes a look at sustainability strategies, analysis of Europe's dairy industry and a focus on global snacking.
Sustainability in the Global Food and Beverage Industry 2012–2013: Trends and Opportunities, Budgets, Food and Beverage Industry Procurement, and Marketing Initiatives
What does sustainability mean to the global food and beverage industry? How are sustainability strategies being implemented? The report examines companies' actions on sustainable procurement practices and green marketing initiatives.
The Role of Carbon Footprint Reduction in the Food and Drink Industry
Given consumer, commercial, and legal imperatives for action on carbon emissions reduction, carbon footprinting will remain a permanent part of the food and drink landscape. What is less certain is whether carbon footprint reduction will drive consumer purchasing decisions, or whether reporting carbon footprint drives meaningful carbon reduction. This report investigates.
The European Dairy Industry Outlook to 2020
The European Dairy Industry Outlook to 2020 examines the prospects for the European dairy industry as it embarks on a transition from high regulation to domestic and international liberalisation, and the dismantlement of the milk delivery quota system by 2015. A must have report for all involved in the European dairy industry.
The Cheese Market in Western Europe (16 countries)
This report covers the West European Cheese Market in 2011. It identifies 407 holding, independent and subsidiary companies in terms of market share by product, country, region and overall, providing an unparalleled strategic vision of the key players in the market.
The new emerging food markets, 2013 and beyond
The countries which make up the BRICs could find some of the focus on them shifting to newer emerging markets elsewhere. just-food has reviewed ten other nations that have emerged into the spotlight. The current market conditions in these ten countries are outlined along with trends, opportunities and challenges which are likely to affect further growth.
Latest Trends and Key Consumer Groups in Global Snacking and Impulse Foods
This report offers a completely fresh look at snacking and impulse food habits, allowing marketers to understand consumption patterns like never before. After reading this report, you can target new consumer groups, behaviours, and trends based on actual empirical data in snacking and impulse foods consumption across 10 core countries.
The Ready Meals Market in Western Europe (16 countries)
This report covers all 16 western European countries providing complete in-depth coverage of the ready meals market. It identifies hundreds of holding, independent and subsidiary companies in terms of market share by product, country, region and overall, providing an unparalleled strategic vision of the key players in the market.
Consumer and Innovation Trends in Ready Meals
The ready meals category is attempting to overcome consumer scepticism through providing more indulgent options, creative merchandising and packaging innovations. This brief outlines the most important consumer and product trends impacting the ready meal.
Sectors: Baby food, Bakery, Canned food, Cereal, Chilled foods, Commodities & ingredients, Condiments, dressings & sauces, Confectionery, Dairy, Dried foods, Emerging markets, Fresh produce, Frozen, Health & wellness, Ice cream, Meat & poultry, Mergers & acquisitions, Natural & organic, NPD & innovation, Private label, Retail, Seafood, Snacks, Sustainability & the environment, World foods
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