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Asia Pacific: Chinese buy festive goods during festivals, says Mintel

As the Lantern Festival approaches—the first major traditional festival after Chinese New Year—new research from Mintel reveals that food is the biggest spending focus...

Americas: Junk food tax is viable, say researchers

A federal tax on junk food is both legally and administratively feasible, according to researchers at New York University (NYU) College of Global Public...

Europe: Dairy trends, ‘fizzy milk’ in China, report

Turmeric latte, or 'golden milk', was 2017’s dairy-based sensation. The golden-hued drink featured on menus of trendy cafés, and also emerged in chilled packaged...

Americas: Taste draws consumption of plant-based proteins

Taste is the top reason why 52% of US adult survey respondents eat plant-based proteins, outranking concerns over diet (10%), animal protection (11%), the...

World: RTD tea is evolving, states report

India currently vies with China as the world’s biggest packaged tea for household consumption market. From Mintel's estimates, India consumed a total retail volume...

Asia Pacific: Indian online delivery set-up receives US$3M

Milkbasket, a micro delivery platform for groceries, has secured a US$3 million investment in a Pre-Series A Round. Unilever Ventures, the venture capital and...

Americas: Gen Zs as the unintentional foodies, report

Generation Z, those born 1997 to present, now represent 27% of the US population, a larger group than Millennials. Although only older Gen Zs are...

Asia Pacific: Vietnam sells state-owned beer companies, report

The Vietnamese government’s sale of a majority share in the two largest state-run breweries offers foreign brewers to take a stake in the country's...

Europe: UK rolls out labeling advice on fresh produce

Apples can last two weeks longer if consumers follow new official advice recommending the fruit is kept refrigerated. New logos are to appear on...

Americas: Consumers are confused about whole grain, report

A study of over 16,000 people across the globe by Nestlé Breakfast Cereals reveals that there is significant confusion over how much whole grain...
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