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Have meat substitutes missed the boat?

Special edition: Meat substitutes

Have meat substitutes missed the boat?

By Lorraine Heller

Many consumers around the globe are turning away from meat as health, price and ethical concerns grow. But the latest market research indicates that meat substitutes are failing to pick up the slack.

UK meals 'ready' for growth

UK meals 'ready' for growth

Britain is set to extend its lead in the European ready meals
market over the next five years, accounting for more than half of
all sales by 2007. But convenience is no longer enough to keep
consumers happy - they want health and...

Billion euro woman

Billion euro woman

Women are worth €1,400 billion, a figure set to swell to €2,000
billion by 2008. Long acknowledged as a powerful consumer force, a
new study from Datamonitor suggests that the modern perception of
women provides new growth opportunities...

One is fun - and lucrative too

One is fun - and lucrative too

Food producers are being urged to take advantage of the growing
number of single person households by creating more products
designed for individual consumers. Singles across Europe spend more
than €140bn each year on food, drink...

Tackling 'Generation Y'

Tackling 'Generation Y'

How to tackle 'Generation Y', or the 'Net generation', and even
'tribal groups'? Such an array of segmentation, far from benefiting
marketers, is limiting their ability to consistently target the
youth...

Cashing in on love?

Cashing in on love?

As Valentine's Day approaches, a new report from Datamonitor looks
at how sales of chocolate - the favoured gift of lovers everywhere
- differ from market to market, and how manufacturers have cashed
in - or not - on love.

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