Weekly Wrap-Up: September 15, 2017

WeeklyWrapUp.pngEach week we round up the latest market research blogs to bring you fresh data and insights from industry analysts. Today, we highlight articles on the e-commerce giant Amazon, clean label trends in the dairy industry, technology usage in classrooms, factors boosting immunoassays, and other timely topics. 

Last but not least, we also share a new downloadable presentation covering the top players in the U.S. pet market.

Amazon Online Grocery Sales Surge with Whole Foods Acquisition

Whole Foods’ branded product web sales reached $500,000, after Amazon placed about 2,000 items from Whole Foods’ 365 Everyday Value brand on its site.

Something to Chew On (aka Why Pet Owners Love Treats and Chews)

Some 92% of dog owners and 80% of cat owners have purchased treats in the past 12 months, contributing to a retail market valued at $6.4 billion as of 2017.

Amazon vs. the Pet Products Competition

E-commerce giant Amazon is shaping consumer pet products purchasing trends that are shifting purchasing channels and preferences.

Clean Label Trend Sets a New Norm for Dairy Products

Learn how some of the nation’s biggest brands are responding to consumer demand for clean-label products.

Product Performance & Design Versatility Spur Increase in Metal Roofing Installations

Metal may be the roofing material of the future, as customers are increasingly drawn to the attractive features it offers, including damage resistance and energy efficiency.

Five Factors Boosting Immunoassays 

Immunoassays are indispensable tools in clinical diagnostics. In its latest blog post, Kalorama Information explains the five drivers of immunoassay markets.

Infographic: In Vitro Diagnostics Market Trends

Look at what's trending in the $60.5 billion global in vitro diagnostics market.

The Strong Growth of Pharma Markets in China, India, and Brazil

In this post, The Business Research Company provides forecasts for pharma markets in China, India, and Brazil, and discusses new opportunities for growth and investment. 

Desktops, Laptops & Chromebooks in K-12 Classrooms

The total base of installed desktops, laptops, and Chromebooks in K-12 classrooms rose 13.3% from 2014 to 2016. A dramatic increase in the number of Chromebooks helped drive growth.

Title I Funding, Lifeline to Poor Schools, Up in FY 2016

Title I finances academic support and learning opportunities for disadvantaged students. Funding for Title I increased 3.5% in fiscal year 2016.

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