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Consumer Lifestyles & Values Research

Market research companies that identify consumer trends based on lifestyle and values as they correlate to consumption trends. Find a firm to study consumer lifestyle and value trends and determine how they relate to purchasing behavior.

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Capitalizing on a Multicultural Appetite for Healthy Choices

Santiago Solutions Group

While most Americans are chasing diets and making healthier lifestyle choices, Multicultural consumers are most likely to be generating faster growth for “Better-For-You” products. Yet, since cuisine and taste preferences are so embedded in our formative culture, ‘wellness’ is in the eyes of the beholder. In fact, the ‘healthier’ brands that are growing most rapidly are extremely different between Multicultural & White-Non-Hispanic segments. SSG presents a framework for planning that sizes opportunity and informs engagement tactics based on specific segments’ wellness mindsets & behaviors

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Research with Boomers and Seniors: 3 things you need to know Research with Boomers and Seniors: 3 things you need to know

Doyle Research Associates, Inc.

With ever-increasing longevity, Baby Boomer and Senior populations continue to grow at an incredible pace. Their careers are lasting longer, they are more active than ever before, and enjoy more disposable income than their predecessors. As you think through your strategy for including Boomers and Seniors in qualitative research, there are a few considerations to ensure you get the most out of your engagement with these groups.

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“Made in the USA” Matters To Shoppers “Made in the USA” Matters To Shoppers

PRS IN VIVO

In the latest shopper research survey conducted by Perception Research Services International (PRS), results indicate that 4 out of 5 shoppers notice “Made in the USA” claims on packaging.

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Going Green: Social Media Research Going Green: Social Media Research

David Johnson, Director of Project Analytics, Discovery Research Group

This project is a case study of St. Patrick’s Day and uses social media research to quantify unstructured text content for analysis and reporting.

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