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With thousands of articles about genetically modified organisms, or GMOs, hitting the wire last year, consumers quickly learned the meaning of the acronym.
Chicago-based Information Resources Inc. (IRI) released two new major demographic segmentations to help consumer packaged goods (CPG) manufacturers and retailers better understand consumers. The NutriLink segmentation classifies U.S. consumers into six groups based on their behavior and attitudes toward health, diet and nutrition, as well as their demographics, while the SilverLink segmentation specifically analyzes U.S. adults aged 50 and older based on demographics; attitudes toward aging, health and wellness; shopping behavior; and lifestyle habits.
Innova Market Insights, the Netherlands, released its Top 10 list analyzing the latest trends impacting the food and beverage industries. Some of the top trends include moves to reduce the amount of food waste as consumers simultaneously adapt their habits in times of continuing austerity. These trends come as the industry focuses on regaining consumer trust, following a year of negative headlines, the market research firm says.
Raise your hand if your New Year’s resolution last month contained some improvement regarding your health. I admit that every year I set some goal around my health, whether it is changes in dieting habits or increased exercise frequency.
The old adage, “You are what you eat,” has been more top of mind in recent years as the wealth of health and wellness information inspires consumers to consider their diets. According to the International Food Information Council Foundation’s 2012 Food & Health Survey, nearly all Americans say they have given at least a little thought to the healthfulness of their diets, physical activity and the safety of the food they eat and are trying to improve at least one of their eating habits.
Anthem Worldwide, the brand development practice of Schawk Inc., Des Plaines, Ill., announced the results of its latest study in the white paper, “What Women Really Want From Health And Wellness.”
A person’s taste preferences might be affected by the region in which he or she lives, according to a 2009 University of Nottingham study.