Research pinpoints opportunities to engage emerging consumer base
October 1, 2019
Boston-based Drizly released its first-ever study of how Americans shop for adult beverages, both in-store and online. The study found that digitally native Gen Z purchases alcohol from local liquor stores more often than their millennial, Gen X and baby boomer counterparts. Gen Z also ranks first when it comes to interest in drinking trends, suggesting that their purchasing behavior today could well be a benchmark for how beer, wine and spirits consumption will look tomorrow, the company says.
Innova Market Insights identifies health-and-wellness variances among generations
August 27, 2019
Nutrition that supports both physical and emotional well-being is thriving. It can target different generations with more specific holistic approaches to help identify opportunities and optimize innovation. New research from Innova Market Insights, The Netherlands, identifies key characteristics and differences among Generation Z, millennials, Generation X and baby boomers and the way that holistic nutrition approaches can be tailored to these generational groups.
Welch's, Concord, Mass., launched its marketing campaign Tough as Grapes, which focuses on an audience of Gen X men with a tough and gritty look at how Welch's Grape Juice is made with one of the world's “toughest” antioxidants, the company says.
Millennials are driving many trends in the beverage industry, and as this demographics’ influence continues to grow, it’s important that beverage-makers understand which categories are garnering the most attention from these consumers.
Chicago-based Information Resources Inc. (IRI) announced results from its study analyzing the habits of U.S. consumers regarding alcohol beverages. Although drinks of choice differed among generations, consumers — from millennials to seniors — continue to indulge in beer, wine and spirits products with regular frequency at home and on-premise, it reports.
Marketers should utilize social media, mobile devices to reach these consumers
August 11, 2014
Sixty million adults consumed an average of at least one glass of bottled still water in each of the past seven days, reports Packaged Facts, the Rockville, Md.-based division of MarketResearch.com. According to a new report titled “Bottled Water in the U.S.” by the market research firm, the majority of these consumers tend to be younger than the adult population as a whole. Consumers in the 35- to 44-year-old age group exhibit the highest likelihood of frequent bottled water consumption, it states in the report. These consumers also are interested in staying physically fit and also are more likely to drink thirst-quencher or activity drinks, it states.