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消費者取向·企業用食品禮物的美國市場:第6版

Food Gifting in the U.S.: Consumer and Corporate, 6th Edition

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消費者取向·企業用食品禮物的美國市場:第6版 Food Gifting in the U.S.: Consumer and Corporate, 6th Edition
出版日期: 2018年03月08日 內容資訊: 英文 324 Pages
簡介

本報告提供美國的食品禮物市場調查,彙整市場定義和概要,市場規模的變化與預測,市場的影響因素分析,贈送食品禮物的機會·對方·預算·禮物購買/非購買的理由等分析,各種革新,主要企業及品牌分析等資料。

第1章 摘要整理

第2章 市場規模·預測

  • 消費者部門·企業部門
    • 市場預測
    • 影響因素
    • 各人口結構佔有率等

第3章 食品禮物的機會分析

  • 假日·日常
  • 主要的節日
  • 生活紀念

第4章 對象和預算

  • 給予和接受
    • 給別人的禮物和給自己的禮物
  • 食品禮物的購買者·收件人的類型
  • 食品禮物的購買者平均收件人數
  • 支出額等

第5章 食品禮物的類型

  • 別人購買
  • 自己購買
  • 禮物的機會:私人 vs 工作相關
  • GOURMET禮品籃購買
    • 隨著時間的推移
    • 人口統計分析等

第6章 食品禮物的購買理由·非購買理由

  • 食品禮物購買理由
  • 特別的食品禮物所需的屬性
  • 不購買食品禮物的理由等
  • 第7章 食品禮物的零售流通
  • 線上採購趨勢
    • 線上購買的增加
    • 行動購買的成長
    • 在商店購買的減少趨勢
  • 訂購趨勢:線上 vs 電話/郵件
    • 線上途徑成長、但成長幅度縮小
    • 美食禮品籃/分類購買:線上 vs 電話/郵件
    • 線上訂購:Amazon vs 主要食品禮物零售業者
    • 特別的食品禮物購買地點等

第8章 食品禮物的革新

  • 健康性
  • 永續性·公平貿易
  • 案例性
  • GOURMET和ARTISAN
  • 名流
  • 體驗
  • 傳統
  • 購買的合理性說明
  • 自訂(客制化)&個性化
  • 商店內管理
  • 食品禮品卡等

第9章 食品禮物企業·品牌

  • 簡介
  • 巧克力
    • Lindt & Sprüngli Group
    • Russell Stover Candies
    • Godiva
  • 麵包店
    • Nothing Bundt Cakes
  • 鹹食品
    • Popcornopolis
  • 水果
    • Edible Arrangements
  • 鹹味食品
    • Hickory Farms
  • 美食家
    • Harry & David
    • FoodyDirect
    • 1-800-Flowers.com
    • FTD Companies, Inc.
  • 附錄
  • 調查手法等

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目錄
Product Code: LA15558262

U.S. food gifting is being shaped by shifts in generational preferences and in ordering preferences favoring online marketers, as well as the need to maintain relationships with purchasers across occasions while deepening relationships beyond those occasions. And across generations and incomes, choice, competition and value converge to create strong consumer expectations: food gifters demand high quality, trust and value; food gift marketers that cannot deliver on freshness, quality and organizational excellence will see gifters go elsewhere.

Factors to market growth

Innovation: The Big Picture

Products that can deliver on exclusivity and artisanship can empower food gifting brands and help protect them against the specter of commoditization and constant discounting. In this regard, many market participants are clearly delivering, as suggested by ample evidence highlighted in the Food Gifting Innovation chapter of this report. More broadly, the high degree of market innovation has been a key to continued growth.

Building brand power

Food gifting marketers that have maintained and even built brand power are building moats around their businesses that also protect them against commoditization and irrelevance. Food gifting marketers using softer sales approaches, such as those featuring recipes, offer an enticing alternative to constant discount offers. Story telling can enhance brand power, by helping to create a sense of authenticity and uniqueness, to impart knowledge and build trust, and to convey why a product or brand is exclusive. This dovetails with curation, which helps build a bulwark to protect against price-driven shopping habits. Imbuing products with gourmet and artisan qualities heightens brand power further. In aggregate, this explains why high-end, boutique food gifting marketers are sought after.

Occasion expansion

Major holidays' market maturity translates to the need to continue inventing and reinventing food gifts and to keep a watchful eye for ways to broaden holiday-related purchase rationales. Food gift marketers have pushed further into everyday gifting, which provides more blue sky and is continuing to market growth. Opportunity extends to product category expansion, cross-brand and cross-category innovation, and new product categories.

Corporate food gifting

Food gifting marketers have continued to hone their corporate gifting strategies to target not only the winter holidays but also an expanded slate of opportunities. Packaged Facts survey results suggest that work anniversaries and thank you gestures also generate food gifting sales. Tax changes are a wildcard that could boost 2018 corporate food gifting growth beyond that forecasted by Packaged Facts.

Navigating the generational divide

The food gifting market remains buoyed by higher-HH income consumers and is heavily dependent on older consumers. However, keys to solving the omni-channel food gift purchase equation include navigating a generational shift in food gifting ordering preferences and developing a strategy to grow with Amazon without being cannibalized by it. Tapping Millennials means tapping the events important to them, ensuring that food gifting marketers in the habit of servicing less digitally-dependent customers transition to courting younger consumers more squarely in the digital realm, and turning some historical gifting associations on their heads.

Report scope

This report covers the U.S. market for food gifting. For this report, food gifts are defined as food items that are packaged in a way that is suitable for gifting. Food gifts must be purchased; a food item prepared at home and given to someone is not included. There are two types of food gifts: 1) Gift-packaged candy - includes boxed chocolates, other gift-packaged chocolate and non-chocolate gift-packaged candy; and 2) Specialty food gifts - gift-packaged foods other than candy/chocolate. Food gifts range from baskets of treats to eat while watching football to food gift baskets at Christmas or birthdays. Food gifts can be purchased for any occasion or no occasion, for someone else or for oneself. While some food gifts, particularly assortments, may include beverages such as coffee or alcohol, those products as stand-alone gifts are excluded from this report. Food baskets refer to pre-packaged assortments of foods and beverages, not consumer-assembled baskets of these items.

Table of Contents

CHAPTER 1: EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

  • REPORT SCOPE
  • REPORT SUMMARY
    • Market size and forecast
    • Food gifting occasion analysis
    • Food gifting: to whom, how many and how much
    • Types of food gifts
    • Reasons for buying and not buying food gifts
    • Food gifting retail distribution
    • Food gifting innovation
    • Food gifting companies and brands
  • SALES GROWTH OPPORTUNITIES
  • COMPETING EFFECTIVELY
    • Building brand power
    • Millennials
    • Sustainability
    • Functional packaging
    • The tax man treads lighter
    • Everyday gifting
    • Occasion reinvention, eating occasions, and engagement occasions
  • Product category expansion, cross-brand and cross-category innovation, and new product categories

CHAPTER 2: MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST

  • CONSUMER AND CORPORATE
  • Forecast Through 2020
    • Table 2-1: Consumer and Corporate Food Gifting Market Size and Forecast, 2013-2020 (in billions of dollars and annual percent change)
  • Market factors
  • Purchase share by demographic
    • Table 2-2: Food Gifting Dollar Share: Distribution by HH Household Income Bracket, 2016 (percent)
    • Table 2-3: Food Gifting Dollar Share: Distribution by Age of Householder, 2016 (percent)

CHAPTER 3: FOOD GIFTING OCCASION ANALYSIS

  • HOLIDAY AND EVERY DAY
  • Winter Holidays Remain the Mainstay
    • Table 3-1: Food Gift Purchase Occasions: Purchased for Others vs. Purchased for Self, 2018 (percent of total adults purchasing)
  • Personal vs. work-related food gifting occasions
    • Table 3-2: Food Gift Purchase Occasions: Received as Personal Gift vs. Business Gift, 2018 (percent of total adults purchasing)
  • MAJOR HOLIDAYS
  • Winter holidays
    • Table 3-3: Planned Winter Holiday Spending: Total and Per-Person, 2012-2017
  • Valentine's Day
    • Table 3-4: Planned Valentine's Day Spending: Total and Per-Person, 2013-2018
  • Easter
    • Table 3-5: Planned Easter Spending: Total and Per-Person, 2012-2017
    • Table 3-6: Religious Affiliation Patterns, 2008 vs. 2017 (in percent of adults and percentage change)
  • Mother's Day
    • Table 3-7: Planned Mother's Day Spending: Total and Per-Person, 2012-2017
  • MAJOR LIFE EVENTS
  • Births
    • Table 3-8: Number of U.S. Births, 2011-2020P (in thousands)
  • Graduations
    • Table 3-9: High School Graduates & Postsecondary Degrees Conferred: By Type, 2016-2017 to 2025-2026
  • Weddings and anniversaries
  • Table 3-10: Adults Who Are Presently Married, in First Marriage, Engaged, and Married in Last 12 Months, 2008-2017
  • Sympathy-driven occasions: illness, injury and death
    • Illness and injury
    • Table 3-11: U.S. Physical Injuries by Age, 2015 (in millions and percent of population)
  • Death in the family
    • Table 3-12: Number of U.S. Deaths, 2011-2020P (in thousands)
    • Table 3-13: Number of U.S. Deaths: By Age Bracket, 2016 (in thousands)
    • Table 3-14: Adults Reporting a Death in the Family: By Demographic, 2017 (percent and index)

CHAPTER 4: FOR WHOM AND HOW MUCH

  • GIVING AND RECEIVING
  • Gifts for Others vs. Self
    • Table 4-1: Food Gifting: Gifting to Others vs. Self; Receiving Personal vs. Business Gift, 2018 (percent of total adults)
    • Table 4-2: Food Gifting to Others vs. Self and Receiving Personal vs. Business Food Gifts: By Age Bracket, 2018 (percent of adults and index)
    • Table 4-3: Food Gifting to Others vs. Self and Receiving Personal vs. Business Food Gifts: By Household Income Bracket, 2018
  • FOOD GIFT PURCHASERS: TYPE OF RECIPIENTS
    • Table 4-4: Food Gift Purchasers: Type of Recipients in Past 12 Months, 2018 (percent of those giving any food gifts)
    • Table 4-5: Food Gifting in Past 12 Months by Type of Recipients: Overall and by Gender, 2018 (percent of those giving any food gifts)
    • Table 4-6: Food Gifting in Last 12 Months by Type and Age Bracket of Recipients, 2018 (percent of those giving any food gifts)
  • Number of recipients per individual food gift purchaser
    • Table 4-7: Number of Recipients Given Food Gifts in Past 12 Months: Per Individual Food Gifter, 2010-2018 (percent of those giving any food gifts)
    • Table 4-8: Number of Recipients by Age Bracket Given Food Gifts in Past 12 Months: Per Individual Food Gifter, 2010-2018 (percent of those giving any food gifts)
    • Table 4-9: Number of Recipients by Age Bracket Given Food Gifts in Past 12 Months: By Gender of Individual Food Gifter, 2010-2018 (percent of those giving any food gifts)
  • Amount spent per food gift
    • Table 4-10: Amount Spent per Food Gift, 2010-2018 (percent of those giving any food gifts)
    • Table 4-11: Amount Spent per Food Gift: By Household Income Bracket of Gifter, 2018 (percent of those giving any food gifts)
    • Table 4-12: Food Gift Purchasers: Amount Spent per Gift by Age Bracket of Gifter, 2018 (percent of those giving any food gifts)

CHAPTER 5: TYPES OF FOOD GIFTS

  • PURCHASING FOR OTHERS
  • Boxed Chocolates Candies Remain Most Prevalent
    • Table 5-1: Types of Food Gifts Purchased for Others, 2010-2018 (percent of total adults)
  • TYPES OF FOOD GIFTS PEOPLE PURCHASE FOR SELF
    • Table 5-2: Types of Food Gifts Purchased for Self, 2018 (percent of total adults)
  • PERSONAL VS. WORK-RELATED FOOD GIFTING OCCASIONS
    • Table 5-3: Types of Food Gifts Received: Personal Gift vs. Business Gift, 2018 (percent of total adults)
  • Work-related food gifting occasions: demographic analysis
    • Table 5-4: Types of Food Gifts Received in an Employment Capacity, 2018 (percent of those employed full- or part-time)
  • GOURMET GIFT BASKET PURCHASERS
  • Trends over time
    • Table 5-5: Gourmet Gift Basket Purchasers: Online vs. Mail/Phone Purchasing, 2014-2017 (percent of total adults)
  • Demographic analysis
    • Table 5-6: Gourmet Gift Basket Purchasers by Gender, Age, HH Income and Race/Ethnicity, 2017 (percent)

CHAPTER 6: REASONS FOR BUYING AND NOT BUYING FOOD GIFTS

  • REASONS FOR PURCHASING FOOD GIFTS: 2010-2018 TRENDS
    • Table 6-1: Reasons for Purchasing Food Gifts, 2010-2018 (percent of those giving food gifts to others)
  • Table 6-2: Reasons for Purchasing Food Gifts by Age, 2018 (percent of those buying any food gifts)
  • ATTRIBUTES SOUGHT IN SPECIALTY FOOD GIFTS: 2010-2018 TRENDS
    • Table 6-3: Attributes Sought When Purchasing Specialty Food Gifts, 2010-2018 (percent of those buying any food gifts)
  • REASONS FOR NOT BUYING FOOD GIFTS
  • Among food gifters
  • Among non-food gifters
    • Table 6-4: Reasons for Not Buying Food Gifts: Food Gifters vs. Non-Food Gifters, 2018 (percent)
    • Table 6-5: Reasons for Not Buying Food Gifts: Non-Food Gifters by Age, 2018 (percent)
  • CHAPTER 7: FOOD GIFTING RETAIL DISTRIBUTION
  • ONLINE PURCHASING TRENDS
  • More consumers purchasing online and making more purchases online
    • Table 7-1: Online Purchasing in Last 30 Days: Purchase Frequency, 2008-2017 (percent of total adults)
  • Mobile purchasing catching on
    • Table 7-2: Mobile Purchasing in Last 30 Days, 2014-2017 (percent of total adults)
    • Table 7-3: Mobile Purchasing in Last 30 Days: Age and HH Income, 2017 (percent of total adults and indexes)
  • Tendency to purchase in the store declines
    • Table 7-4: Percentage of Consumers Making In-Store Purchase in Last Three Months, 2008-2017 (percent of total adults)
  • ORDERING TRENDS: ONLINE VS. PHONE/MAIL
  • Online channel gains, but growth tapers
    • Table 7-5: Adults Ordering Products or Services in Last 3 Months: Online vs. By Phone/Mail, 2014-2017 (percent of total adults)
  • Gourmet gift basket/assortment purchases: online vs. mail/phone
    • Table 7-6: Gourmet Gift Basket Purchasers: Online vs. Mail/Phone Purchasing, 2014-2017 (percent of total adults)
  • Online ordering: Amazon vs. selected food gifting retailers
    • Table 7-7: Purchases in Last Three Months: Amazon vs. Top Food Gifting Retailers, 2014-2017 (percent of total adults)
  • Table 7-8: Food Gifting Retailer Purchasers Who Also Purchase at Amazon: By Retailer, 2014-2017 (percent)
    • Table 7-9: Amazon Purchasers Who Also Purchase at Food Gifting Retailers: By Retailer, 2014-2017 (percent)
  • Specialty food gift purchase locations used in past 12 months
    • Table 7-10: Specialty Food Gift Purchase Locations Used in Past 12 Months: Online vs. In-Store, 2018 (percent of those buying any food gifts)
    • Table 7-11: In-Store Specialty Food Gift Purchase Locations Used in Past 12 Months by Age, 2018 (percent of those buying any food gifts)
    • Table 7-12: Online Specialty Food Gift Purchase Locations Used in Past 12 Months by Age, 2018 (percent of those buying any food gifts)

CHAPTER 8: FOOD GIFTING INNOVATION

  • HEALTHY INDULGENCE
    • The sugar boogeyman
    • Natural and functional health
    • Portion control
  • SUSTAINABILITY AND FAIR TRADE
    • Sustainability hits home for chocolate marketers
    • All in on fair trade
    • Functional packaging
  • STORY TELLING
    • Peeking behind the scenes
    • Sourcing
    • Exclusivity, curation and knowledge
  • GOURMET AND ARTISAN
  • CELEBRITY
  • EXPERIENCES
  • TRADITION
    • Packaging
    • Ethnic and regional heritage
  • PURCHASE RATIONALE EXPANSION
    • Product category expansion
    • Cross-brand and cross-category innovation
    • New product categories
    • Everyday gifting for every food gifting marketer
    • Subscriptions
    • Occasion inclusion
    • Classes and events
    • Occasions, occasions, occasions
    • Eating occasions
  • CUSTOMIZATION AND PERSONALIZATION
  • IN-STORE ENGAGEMENT
    • Retail locations
    • Pop-ups
    • Mobile trucks
  • FOOD GIFT CARDS

CHAPTER 9: FOOD GIFTING COMPANIES & BRANDS

  • Introduction
  • CHOCOLATE SPECIALISTS
  • Lindt & Sprüngli Group
  • Lindt & Sprüngli
  • Russell Stover Candies
  • Godiva
  • BAKERY FOOD SPECIALISTS
  • Nothing Bundt Cakes
  • SALTY FOOD SPECIALISTS
  • Popcornopolis
  • FRUIT SPECIALIST
  • Edible Arrangements
  • SAVORY FOOD SPECIALIST
  • Hickory Farms
  • GOURMET FOOD SPECIALISTS
  • Harry & David
  • FoodyDirect
  • FLORAL SPECIALISTS
  • 1-800-Flowers.com
    • Table 9-1: 1-800-Flowers.com Net Revenue Sales and Share: By Segment, 2013-2017
    • Table 9-2: 1-800-Flowers.com E-Commerce Revenue and Order Trends, 2013-2017
  • FTD Companies, Inc.
    • Table 9-3: FTD Revenue and Revenue Share: By Operating Segment, 2012-2016
    • Table 9-4: FTD Revenue, Income, Orders and Average Order Prices: By Operating Segment, 2012-2016 .. 191
    • Table 9-5: FTD Revenue, Income, Orders and Average Order Prices: By Operating Segment, 2012-2016 .. 192
  • APPENDIX
  • METHODOLOGY
  • Consumer survey methodology
  • Market size and forecast methodology
  • Population estimates
  • Table indexes
  • DEFINITIONS AND ABBREVIATIONS
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