Find reports that provide insights into consumer preferences and behaviour. These reports use data, research, and the experience of the Economic Intelligence Unit within the primary sectors.
What market insight reports are used for
The Economic Intelligence Unit provides both general research as well as targeted reports.
The reports help the primary sector find out about:
- the development of new products
- new and changing markets
- emerging trends.
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New Zealand Food and Agri - Tourism [PDF, 828 KB]
Explores the opportunities to growing our understanding of the types of tourists who value quality food and beverage experiences and how supporting these experiences can help create opportunities for the wider primary sector.
Explores increasing consumer awareness of the long-term impacts of food production, signalling change for traditional animal protein producers. New meat and dairy substitutes are being released to reduce reliance on animal-based protein.
The Impossible Burger – consumer insights [PDF, 19 MB]
Covers a new type of plant-based protein that is closer in taste and texture to traditional meat. This report assesses the product, its history, and how the market is reacting to it.
Explores the market size, scale, and opportunities for high value New Zealand primary products such as mussel oils.
Dog food – market and consumer insights [PDF, 3.2 MB]
Explores high-value dog food markets in the United States, United Kingdom and China. This report helps New Zealand’s primary sectors (especially the red meat sector) identify opportunities in premium dog food markets.
New Zealand’s mussel production is set to increase. This report informs strategic decision making to help develop a market for New Zealand mussels in the United States and France.
Assesses market opportunities for snack products, in particular snack bars that help reduce the risk of diabetes in China and Singapore, where rates are expected to increase rapidly.
Assesses the current red meat market in the United Kingdom and consumer receptiveness to attribute certification, different products, and claims.
Identifies relative price premiums, consumer ratings, and preferences for different raising claims made on beef products in the United States.
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