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Healthy Eating Market Assessment 2004


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Published Date :
July 2004find similar
Report Type :
Market Assessmentfind similar
Report Sector :
Healthcare, Medical &...find similar
Price :
£ 575
Contents :
12 Chapters

Table of Contents

The table of contents below is for Healthy Eating 2004

Executive Summary

1. Introduction

Report Focus

Definitions

Organic

Vegetarian

Low Fat

Low Sugar

2. Strategic Overview

Healthy Eating In The Spotlight

The Consumer

Advertising And Marketing

Organisations And Pressure Groups

The Food Commission

The Food And Drink Federation

The Food Standards Agency

The Soil Association

The Vegetarian Society

3. Organic Food

Background

Market Size

Table: The Uk Organic Foods Market By Value (£m At Rsp), Years Ending April-2003

Figure: The Uk Organic Foods Market By Value (£m At Rsp), Years Ending April-2003

Segmentation

Table: The Uk Organic Foods Market By Retail Value By Sector (£m At Rsp), Years Ending April And

Table: The Uk Organic Foods Market By Market Share By Sector (%), Years Ending April And

Figure: The Uk Organic Foods Market By Market Share By Sector (%), Year Ending April

Fruit And Vegetables

Dairy Products

Cereals And Baked Goods

Hot And Cold Beverages (including Wine)

Multi-ingredient Items

Meat, Meat Products And Fish

Baby Foods

Organic Farming

Table: Number Of Registered Organic Food Producers In The Uk, Years Ending April-2003

Figure: Number Of Registered Organic Food Producers In The Uk, Years Ending April-2003

Distribution

Table: Uk Organic Foods Retail Sales By Type Of Outlet By Market Share (%), Years Ending April-2003

Consumer Trends

Table: Comparison Of Attitudes Towards Organic Foods (% Of Respondents), June And August

Marketing Activity

Advertising

Table: Main Media Advertising Expenditure On Selected Organic Products (£000), Years Ending March And

4. Vegetarian Food

Background

Market Size

Table: The Uk Market For Vegetarian Foods By Sector By Value (£m At Rsp), Years Ending February/march-2003

Figure: The Uk Market For Vegetarian Foods By Sector By Value (£m At Rsp), Years Ending February/march-2003

Segmentation

Table: The Uk Market For Chilled Vegetarian Foods By Sector By Value (£m At Rsp), Years Ending February/march And

Table: The Uk Market For Frozen Vegetarian Foods By Sector By Value (£m At Rsp), Years Ending February/march And

Consumer Trends

Table: Summary Of Purchasing Of Vegetarian Products (% Of Respondents),

Table: Vegetarians And Vegetarian Households (% Of Respondents),,, And

Marketing Activity

Advertising

Table: Main Media Advertising Expenditure On Selected Vegetarian Range (£000), Years Ending March And

5. Low-fat & Low-sugar Foods

Background

Market Size

Table: The Total Uk Market For Low-fat And Low-sugar Products By Value (£m At Rsp),-2003

Figure: The Total Uk Market For Low-fat And Low-sugar Products By Value (£m At Rsp),-2003

Segmentation

Table: The Uk Market For Low-fat And Low-sugar Products By Sector By Value And Market Share (£m At Rsp And %), And

Table: Growth In The Uk Market For Low-fat And Low-sugar Products By Sector (£m At Rsp And %),-2003

Table: The Low-fat And Low-sugar Foods Market By Subsector (£m),

Dairy And Alternatives

Snacks, Biscuits, Cakes And Cereals

Ready Meals

Grocery Items

Distribution

Consumer Trends

Table: Regular, Occasional And Non-purchasers Of Low-fat And Low-sugar Foods (% Of Respondents),

Marketing Activity

Advertising

Table: Main Media Advertising Expenditure On Selected Low-fat And Low-sugar Products (£000), Years Ending March And

6. An International Perspective

Obesity And Diet

Fruit And Vegetable Promotion

The Us

Europe

7. Pest Analysis

Political Factors

Economic Factors

Social Factors

Technological Factors

8. Consumer Dynamics

Summary And Comparison Of Consumer Research

Table: Comparison Of Consumer Attitudes Towards Healthy Eating (% Of Respondents), And

Attitudes Towards Health Claims

I Don't Always Believe What Food Manufacturers And Supermarkets Say About How Healthy Different Foods Are (s1)

High-street Supermarkets With A Healthy Own-label Range Of Foods Mean It Is Easy To Be Sure The Food You Are Buying Is Good For You (s2)

Table: Attitudes Towards Supermarket Healthy Own-label Ranges, And Manufacturers'/retailers' Claims (% Of Respondents),

There Is So Much Conflicting Advice About Which Types Of Food And Drink Are Healthy And Unhealthy For You That You May As Well Just Eat What You Like (s3)

I Think Nowadays People Make Too Much Fuss About Whether Food And Drink Is Healthy Or Not (s4)

Table: Confusion Over And Scepticism About Health Claims (% Of Respondents),

Do Consumers Read Food Labels?

When I Buy Food And Drink I Usually Check The Labels To Find Out The Fat Content (s5)/when I Buy Food And Drink I Usually Check The Labels In Case There Are Any Ingredients I Wish To Avoid, E.g. Additives, Colourings, Etc. (s6)

Table: Those Who Check Food Labels For Fat Content, And For Ingredients To Avoid (% Of Respondents),

When I Buy Food And Drink I Never Check The Ingredients On The Label (s7)

Table: Those Who Do Not Check Food Labels (% Of Respondents),

What Will Consumers Sacrifice?

I Think It Is Worth Purchasing Food And Drink Which Is Healthy Even Though It May Cost A Bit More (s8)

I Think It Is Worth Purchasing Food And Drink Which Is Healthy Even If It Doesn't Taste As Good (s9)

Table: Those Who Think Healthy Food Is Worth Purchasing If It Tastes Less Good, And Those Who Would Pay A Premium For Healthy Food (% Of Respondents),

Meat-free Eating

I Eat Meat, But Have At Least Four Meat-free Main Meals Each Week (s10)

I Eat Meat, But There Is At Least One Other Person In My Household Who Does Not (s11)

Table: Non-vegetarians Who Eat A High Proportion Of Meat-free Meals, And Non-vegetarians With At Least One Vegetarian In Their Household (% Of Respondents),

I Do Not Eat Meat But There Is At Least One Other Person In My Household Who Does (s12)/i Do Not Eat Meat, Nor Does Anyone Else In My Household (s13)

Table: Vegetarians In Vegetarian And Meat-eating Households (% Of Respondents),

Food Avoidance

I Try Not To Eat Too Many Carbohydrates (e.g. Bread, Potatoes, Cereals) (s14)

I Try Not To Each Too Much Fat (e.g. Butter, Cheese) (s15)

Table: Those Who Avoid Carbohydrates, And Those Who Avoid Fat (% Of Respondents),

9. Company Profiles

Overview

Competitive Structure

Organic Food

Vegetarian Foods

Low-fat And Low-sugar Foods

Retailer Activity

Asda Group Ltd

Financial Results

Marks & Spencer Plc

Financial Results

J Sainsbury Plc

Financial Results

Tesco Plc

Financial Results

Waitrose Ltd

Financial Results

10. The Future

Helping Consumers To Eat A Healthy Diet

Organic Food

Table: The Forecast Uk Organic Foods Market By Value (£m At Rsp),-2008

Vegetarian Foods

Table: The Forecast Uk Vegetarian Foods Market (£m At Rsp),-2008

Low-fat And Low-sugar Products

Table: The Forecast Total Uk Market For Low-fat And Low-sugar Foods (£m At Rsp),-2008

11. Further Sources

Associations

Publications

General Sources

Government Sources

Other Sources

Bonnier Information Sources