The ways shoppers are looking for more natural beauty products is evolving. And what the word natural means to one shopper might be very different from what it means to another.
Americans are striving to be healthier—and that means they’re growing more concerned about everything from the ingredients in the products they buy to the way they take care of their overall well-being.
Despite warmer-than-usual fall temperatures in many areas of the U.S., winter is undoubtedly coming—and with it comes the cold and flu season.
Manufacturers of personal care items and the retailers that sell these products need to understand how consumer demand for specific ingredients and product attributes translate to market performance.
There's no doubt that health & wellness is on the minds of consumers, retailers and manufacturers, and for good reason! The population is aging, healthcare costs are rising, and the incidence of chronic diseases like diabetes and digestive health issues are increasing. Consumers demand more from...
Growing deductibles and out-of-pocket payments for doctor visits and prescriptions are inspiring consumers to take more control of their health care—especially when it comes to covering expenses. And for some, that means looking beyond their traditional doctor’s offices and hospitals for...
Today, 39% of households have an ailment sufferer. While managing these ailments in many cases requires taking medication or visiting health care professionals, consumers also realize that proper nutrition plays a vital role in prevention.
U.S. consumers are always looking to make the most of their hard-earned dollars, but they have more choices in where to shop than ever before. So how are different retail channels keeping pace with today’s shopper?
According to the World Health Organization, the number of people living with diabetes is rising. How can consumer data help doctors, manufacturers and retailers better tailor offerings to help diabetic patients and consumers in their path to healthy living?
Pet food today accounts for 76% of the pet care category, representing a significant opportunity for pet companies. But what qualities are on consumers’ minds in the pet food aisle?