New Food Products

By: Food Processing  09-12-2011

White Papers: In Depth Research

Author: Unilever
Posted: 06/16/2006
The U.S. Hispanic population currently exceeds 41 million and is projected to reach 48 million by 2010. This group's buying power is expected to reach $992 billion (9% of all U.S. consumer buying power) in 2009. However, Unilever's research reveals that retailers have far to go in meeting the current needs and expectations of the Hispanic shopper. This report (20 pages, 2.3 MB) offers insights to help food marketers and retailers win over Hispanic consumers.

Author: Research and Markets
Posted: 08/25/2005
Research and Markets values the U.S. consumer market for nutrition and energy bars at $838 million in 2004, and examines the factors that could lead to continued growth or stagnation in the category.

Author: Christine Moorman, Carl F. Mela and Rex Du, Duke University
Posted: 06/03/2005
This study by researchers at Duke University found that the standardization of food product label information mandated by the NLEA actually hurt competition -- and the viability of some smaller firms -- in the food industry.

Author: Beverage Marketing Corp.
Posted: 04/12/2005

Author: PBH
Posted: 04/12/2005

Author: IDDBA
Posted: 04/11/2005

The information in this article was current at 06 Dec 2011

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