Protein and the Plate

Protein and the Plate


Protein and the Plate

APRIL – JULY 2015

 

Not so long ago, meat’s place in the world was very clear: it was the star of mealtime, firmly established on the center of the plate.

Over time, meat’s role has evolved. With increasing options for alternate sources of protein, the rise of snacking occasions and fluctuating protein prices, meat has gone from solo top billing to sharing the spotlight with other cast members.

Midan Marketing and Meatingplace teamed up to study this shift in the center of the plate, with the overarching goal of uncovering insights that could

benefit the fresh meat industry. The study, Protein and the Plate, explores the key findings.

Sponsored by Yerecic Label, the Protein and the Plate research included a customized consumer survey, a channel survey of packer/processors and retailers and a custom analysis of NPD Group’s National Eating Trends data.

The research was presented in a series of feature stories in Meatingplace, and a two-part webinar hosted by Midan. The webinars were led by Danette Amstein, Principal of Midan Marketing.


PROTEIN AND THE PLATE WEBINAR – PART 1:
Explore What’s Behind Meat’s Shift from the Center of the Plate

Meat’s role at mealtime is evolving. Take a deeper look at the data featured in the Meatingplace articles (April 2015May 2015, June 2015), learn what’s motivating consumers to use fresh meat, what’s challenging those motives, and how shifts in consumer habits should prompt us to rethink how we offer fresh meat.

VIEW THE WEBINAR RECORDING


PROTEIN AND THE PLATE WEBINAR – PART 2:
Learn Ways to Stay Relevant on the Plate

It’s 5:00 p.m. Do you know where today’s consumers are turning for dinner solutions? Learn where they are most likely to turn and how you can help them solve their dilemma. Gain insights into the types of dishes they are making and what appliances are being used most. Also get details about fresh meat use by demographics.

VIEW THE WEBINAR RECORDING

Source: Midan Marketing

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