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Can You Feel It? The Market Strategy of Texture Segmentation

Can You Feel It? The Market Strategy of Texture Segmentation
Segmenting with Texture is a Growing Market Strategy Element In the food and beverage market, strategy is becoming increasingly focused on texture. “Over one-quarter (27%) of the best-selling new U.S. foods and beverages launched in 2012 carried a texture claim,” according to the Institute of Food Technologists’ 2013 New Product Pacesetters Report. The common preference... Read more »

Will Men Be More Profitable Grocery Customers?

Will Men Be More Profitable Grocery Customers?
As Men Shop and Cook More, Will They Spend More Freely than Women? In recent years, men have been stepping up with more grocery shopping and cooking activity. For example, Schnuck’s reported that 6% more men were the Primary Grocery Shopper compared to 5 years ago.  Another study found that Gen X men go grocery... Read more »

Be Your Own Man: What Brands Should Know About First-Time Dads

Be Your Own Man: What Brands Should Know About First-Time Dads
Dads are taking a more active role in the early years of their child’s development, including purchase decisions. As I wrote in “I am Dad, Hear Me Roar,”today’s dads, led by Gen X dads, are taking on more household duties and 40% see themselves as equally sharing parenting responsibilities with Mom. Brands that wish to... Read more »
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Iron Pony Gears Up With Motorcycle Millennials

Iron Pony Gears Up With Motorcycle Millennials
Motorcycle Accessories Retailer Creates Millennial Customer Strategies Iron Pony Motorsports, one of the top retailers in the motorcycle enthusiast industry and named by Dealernews as 2011’s number one motorcycle dealer in the US, understands the Millennial market and its growing importance to their industry. Bridget Johnson, Lead Buyer for Iron Pony Motorsports, explains:  “There are... Read more »

I am Dad, Hear Me Roar

I am Dad, Hear Me Roar
Why Brands Are Paying Attention as Dads, Led by Gen X Dads, Take on More Parenting and Household Responsibilities Like Cooking There’s no doubt that moms see themselves in the lead for a wide variety of parenting and household responsibilities.  And for many years, it was taken for granted that Mom was the primary household... Read more »

How Kraft Velveeta’s Brand Succeeded with Breakthrough Innovation to Millennials and Men

How Kraft Velveeta’s Brand Succeeded with Breakthrough Innovation to Millennials and Men
Velveeta is an iconic brand with a powerful equity.  Historically, the brand’s core consumer has included moms who incorporate Velveeta into family favorite recipes.  And, for many younger consumers, the Velveeta brand conjures up fond childhood memories of these warm meals. Still, you might be surprised that in recent years, this brand has selected young... Read more »
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How Gaming and ‘Guy Time’ Connect the Slim Jim Brand with Its Target: Millennial Guys

How Gaming and ‘Guy Time’ Connect the Slim Jim Brand with Its Target: Millennial Guys
ConAgra Foods’ Slim Jim brand had a marketing epiphany—by marketing to its sweet spot of guys 19 to 29 who are at the onset of adult responsibility, they would appeal to guys that are both younger (12-18) and older than this sweet spot (30-39). From the ages of 12 to 17, guys aspire to be... Read more »
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