Fewer than one out of six British people aged 16 to 34 are really banging back the tea in that archetypal British way—by downing five or more cups a day. Here's why.
A new study from market research agency Mintel has found that 82 percent of US consumers would describe burgers as a “good source of nutrients.”
A new report from market research agency Mintel shows that Britain’s consumption of chocolate, cake, and crisp snacks has fallen over the past year.
While a big, absorbent roll of tissue may not be the most aesthetically pleasing accoutrement on your dinner table, it seems to be the main choice among consumers who see buying flimsier paper napkins as redundant.
New market research shows that young Brits are drinking less instant coffee, something that could be down to a more discerning coffee palate among twentysomethings than their insty-swilling forebearers.
Thanks to the craft beer movement—or the fact that we want to get blackout drunk with fewer impediments, like carbs or the strain of lifting many pesky cans to our lips in rapid succession—a growing number of beer lovers are drinking high-end, high...
Seventy percent of Americans are down with the idea that four slices of pizza are a snack. Club sandwich with fries? It's a snack. Whole bag of Oreos? Snack.