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Seven Market Research Topics We Can’t Wait to Blog About in 2019

Posted by TrendSource on 1/3/19 9:41 AM

It’s a short week and still relatively quiet in the hallways, so we are gonna bet that not many of you have too much time to devote to your weekly market research fix.

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Topics: C-Store, Alcohol, Beverage, Food, vegan, Retail, CPG, Manufacturing, Market Research

Board Games, Beers, and Manufacturing Market Research

Posted by TrendSource on 11/20/18 4:20 PM

Bored with digital technology, it seems that millennials are picking up board games.

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Topics: Manufacturing, Market Research, Food Service, Alcohol

Costco's Kirkland Brand: A Manufacturing and Grocery Market Research Competitor Analysis

Posted by TrendSource on 8/16/18 8:55 AM

Costco is coming for LaCroix. Through its universally-treasured private label brand, Kirkland Signature, they are releasing three new sparkling water flavors (flavors that just so happen to be among LaCroix’s most popular) in nearly identical packaging.  

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Topics: Grocery, Manufacturing, Omnichannel, Retail, Market Research, Alcohol

Rosé Wine In Full Bloom: CPG Market Research Shouldn't Be This Fun

Posted by TrendSource on 7/26/18 7:22 AM

Rosé colored glasses, everything's coming up rosés, a rosé by any other name would still smell sweet. Ok, now that we've gotten that out of the way, let's talk about rosé, the fastest growing wine type in the country, surging for the last several years.  

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Topics: CPG, Alcohol, Manufacturing, Market Research, Millenials

Can Reserve Save Starbucks? What the Food Service Market Research Has to Say

Posted by TrendSource on 6/28/18 9:18 AM

Things have been rocky for Starbucks as of late. The two-tailed mermaid has seen its stock drop 14% this year and missed projections for five straight quarters before recently turning it around, and CEO Kevin Johnson is unhappy, calling the year-to-date “not acceptable.” Financial analysts are in a tizzy, wondering if it is time to turn their back on the coffee giant—as Yahoo so succinctly put it, “is it finally time to sell?”  

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Topics: Beverage, Food Service, Alcohol, Market Research, Customer Intercepts

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