Articles Tagged ‘Mintel’

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Customers still value bank branches: survey

Canadians of varying demos prefer to do transactional or complicated tasks at physical locations.


Canadians more price conscious than brand loyal

Mintel report shows the importance of reaching consumers with a budget-conscious message while they are shopping.


On trend in 2018

As marketers brace for new industry-shaping forces this year, we review trend reports to see what they can look forward to.


What’s shaping packaging in 2018?

From reducing waste to clean labeling, here’s what Mintel predicts for the year ahead.


What’s trending for 2018?

From penny-pinching to facial recognition, here’s what Mintel sees for next year.


Does income level affect loyalty program membership?

Mintel says skepticism and costs may stand in the way of broader program adoption.


Canadians’ taste for ethnic flavours grows

Consumers’ palates are still craving international flavours, including in new dayparts.


Canadian women choosing comfort over trends

A new survey gives a snapshot of how female consumers are shopping for fashion in the changing retail landscape.


How to reverse declining beer consumption

A report suggests new flavours and craft beers could increase the appeal of the category for Canadians.


How to answer the desire for healthy food

Wanting to eat better doesn’t prevent Canadians from being skeptical about health claims, a new survey suggests.


Canadians concerned about sugar’s impact on health

A recent Mintel report breaks down insights into how we feel about the sweet stuff in our food.


What’s trending for 2017?

From crickets to wine, here are just a few insights into what’s hot for the year ahead.


Canadians give up (some) pleasures for prudence

A new Mintel report suggests rising food costs are making consumers more conservative.


Exploring other cultures through food: Mintel report

Canadians are craving ethnic meals, but some are intimidated to make their own. Here’s how brands can help them.


Women less confident with financial decisions

A Mintel study suggests that while their earning power increases, many fear their financial savvy isn’t keeping up.