The Debate Over the Use of Dairy Terms to Market Plant-Based Products

Note: The following is an excerpt from the new white paper "Terminology Tempest in the Dairy Case" by David Sprinkle, Research Director of Packaged Facts. To read the entire white paper, download it here for free.

The recent European Union Court of Justice ruling against marketing of non-dairy soy / soya products in dairy terms (such as soy “milk” or tofu “butter”) was the right call, narrowly speaking.

Topics: Food & Beverage Packaged Facts

Meal Kit Delivery Comparison: Discover 10 Niche Meal Kit Services

The $1.5 billion dollar meal kit delivery industry is a godsend for consumers who are strapped for time but still want quality meals. While the industry has matured in recent years, new entrants continue to target specialized niche markets that are sometimes overlooked by more established and widely known companies.

Packaged Facts takes a look at 10 up-and-coming meal kit services (listed alphabetically) that are emerging in this exciting market.

Topics: Food & Beverage Industry Insights

Weekly Wrap-Up: August 18, 2017

As technology changes and consumer preferences shift, the competitive landscape enters a state of flux. This week's blog posts explore several dynamic markets including paving asphalt, dairy and dairy alternatives, and natural food coloring.

Two additional posts discuss the role of disruption and include tips for navigating a volatile market.

Topics: Industry Insights

Tracking Disruption and Innovation Across Multiple Industries

Disruptive innovation has the power to transform the market landscape and topple industry giants. Take Kodak, Blockbuster, or Borders as examples.

In hindsight, disruption may seem inevitable. But charting the course of technological innovation and predicting its impact in real time is complex and challenging.

Topics: Industry Insights

Managing Brands in a Volatile Market: The Role of Market Research

In a recent survey of nearly 100 pharmaceutical and life science market research executives conducted by my company InCrowd, 80% identified their respective brand as being in a volatile market, characterized by disruption and uncertainty.

Topics: Market Research Strategy Pharmaceuticals Healthcare How To's

Weekly Wrap-Up: August 11, 2017

This week's round-up brings you the latest insights from a variety of industry analysts at top market research publishers, including The Freedonia Group, Packaged Facts, and Simba Information.

Plus, don't miss a new thought-provoking article written by MarketResearch.com Founder and CEO Robert Granader tackling the thorny issue of fake news and fake research.

Topics: Industry Insights

Fake News in a Real World: What It Means for Market Research

There is a famous New Yorker cartoon with one dog sitting in front of a desk-top computer telling another dog: “On the internet, nobody knows you’re a dog.”

It appeared in 1993.

And now 24 years later the problem of internet identity has moved from a punch line to the front lines of business, news, politics and commerce.

Topics: Market Research Strategy

Artificial Intelligence in Cars: What to Expect from 2017 to 2021

Self-driving cars represent the next generation of personal vehicles. Self-driving cars with artificial intelligence are starting to be used in 2017 and will gain more use in 2018.

By 2021, all the new personal vehicles being sold will have autonomous capability, which has the potential to increase performance and safety dramatically. 

Topics: Software & Enterprise Computing Transportation & Shipping Industry Insights

MarketResearch.com and Carahsoft Deliver Knowledge Center Solutions to Government Agencies

MarketResearch.com, the leading provider of global market intelligence products and services, recently announced a partnership with Carahsoft Technology Corp., a trusted government IT solutions provider. Through this agreement, MarketResearch.com’s Kalorama Information Knowledge Center is now available to government agencies via Carahsoft’s GSA Schedule Contract, which helps to streamline the ordering process for federal employees.

Topics: Market Research Provider Knowledge Centers

Weekly Wrap-Up: August 4, 2017

Quickly scan important new findings on the markets for dog toys, health care, professional services, textbooks, and more.

Plus, download a new white paper from Packaged Facts, Terminology Tempest in the Dairy Case, which explores the debate over the use of the words “milk” or “butter” to describe plant-based alternatives.

Topics: Industry Insights