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Thai food is characterised by authentic, bold, and diverse flavours. Moreover, the appeal of Thai cuisine and herbs is expanding as more consumers prioritise natural remedies for holistic health, according to Mintel's latest research on local Thai cuisines. Pimwadee Aguilar, director of Mintel Thailand Reports, has noted a shift in...
By Megan Stanton, associate director, South APAC, Mintel Food and Drink It has been a tough couple of years for plant-based meat alternatives. A sector which was showing incredible growth as consumers raced to try these novelty products are facing challenging with increasing sales and retaining customers. At the start, consumers...
Mintel has announced its Global Packaging Trends for 2023, featuring a PESTEL analysis* that explores the macro-environmental factors impacting the packaging industry in 2023 and beyond. David Luttenberger, global packaging director at Mintel, examined the political, economic, social, technological, environmental, and legal factors impacting global packaging evaluations, planning, and decision-making: "The decision to...
Mintel has announced four key trends that will shape global food and drink industries in 2023, over the next five years and beyond. • Weatherproofed provisions: Consumers are in need of food and drink formulationsthat help them endure heat waves, sub-zero temperatures and disastrous weatherevents. • Staying sharp: Consumers are demanding...
Climate change, air quality and plastic pollution are global consumers’ top three environmental concerns. Consumer fears over climate change have escalated around the globe over the last year. According to new research from the 2022 Mintel Consulting Sustainability Barometer, the number of global consumers citing climate change as a top...
In Southeast Asia, more than 50% percent of consumers1 in Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore worry that life will not be the same as it was before the pandemic, according to Mintel Global Consumer research on the holistic consumer. A period of time that saw lockdowns, food panic buying and homes...
The challenging 2020 has caused a fundamental reset in human behaviour. Recognising this transformation, Mintel identified three key trends for the global food, drink, and foodservice industries, including analysis, insights, and recommendations centred around the ‘now’ (next 12 months), the ‘next’ (18 months and over), and the ‘future’ (five...