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[March 14, 2014]

MarketResearchReports.Biz announces addition of new report "Grilling and Barbecuing US 2014" to its database

(PR Web Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) (PRWEB) March 14, 2014 The grilling category is unique in that, for many adults, it is strongly associated with positive memories and emotions of cookouts past. Those who purchase a grill are not just buying an appliance upon which they can prepare food; they are buying it for the experiences they can have through ownership.


Browse Complete report with TOC : http://www.marketresearchreports.biz/analysis-details/grilling-and-barbecuing-us-march-2014 Table of Content Scope and Themes What you need to know Data sources Sales data Consumer survey data Abbreviations and terms Abbreviations Terms Executive Summary The market Figure 1: Barbecue grill unit shipments and fan chart forecast with best- and worst-case scenarios, 2008-18 Market segmentation Figure 2: Unit sales of barbecue grills, segmented by type, 2011 and 2013 Market drivers Figure 3: US home ownership rate: 2004-13, 4th quarter, seasonally adjusted Figure 4: US households with children, 2003-13 Retail channels Figure 5: Retail channel preferences for next grill purchase, December 2013 Leading companies Marketing strategies Figure 6: Grilling influences, December 2013 The consumer Most households own a grill Figure 7: Household grill ownership, trended, December 2011 and December 2013 Six in 10 adults grill frequently (at least a few times a month) Figure 8: Grill-usage frequency, December 2013 Men typically run the grill Figure 9: Who typically grills, by gender, December 2013 Most adults consider grilling a year-round activity and enjoy it on many levels Figure 10: Attitudes toward grilling/barbecuing – preparation/usage, by gender, December 2013 Grilling is as much of an experience as it is a method of food preparation Figure 11: Attitudes toward grilling/barbecuing – reasons for grilling, by gender, December 2013 One third of adults plan to purchase a grill within the year Figure 12: Expectations for timing of next grill purchase among all adults and current grill owners, December 2013 Gas grills are the most likely next grill purchase Figure 13: Type of grill expected to purchase, December 2013 Average budget for the next grill purchase is $209 Figure 14: How much expecting to spend on next grill purchase, December 2013 Today’s multiple grill owners can serve as market ambassadors Figure 15: Grill-usage frequency, by number of grills household owns, December 2013 What we think To Download Sample Report Visit : http://www.marketresearchreports.biz/sample/sample/191037 Issues and Insights How important are family and friends in this space? The issues: The implications: How important is year-round grill usage? The issues: The implications: Why do home ownership rates matter? The issues: The implications: Trend Application Inspire trend: Immaterial World Inspire trend: Experience Is All Mintel futures: East Meets West Market Size and Forecast Key points Consumers delayed grill purchases through the recession Market steadies Figure 16: Total US unit sales and forecast of barbecue grills, 2008-18 Fan chart forecast Figure 17: Barbecue grill unit shipments and fan chart forecast with best- and worst-case scenarios, 2008-18 Market Drivers Key points Home ownership Figure 18: US home ownership rate: 2004-13, 4th quarter, seasonally adjusted Year-round grill use Households with children Figure 19: US households with children, 2003-13 Segment Performance Key points Gas grills account for the majority of unit sales Charcoal gained market share between 2011 and 2013 Unit sales of barbecue grills, by segment Figure 20: Unit sales of barbecue grills, segmented by type, 2011 and 2013 Segment Performance – Gas Grills/Barbecues Key points Unit sales are weak, but most likely due to spending more Next purchase will be a gas grill Figure 21: Total US unit sales and forecast of gas barbecue grills, 2008-18 Segment Performance – Charcoal Barbecue Grills Key points Charcoal grill sales held their own in a weak economy One in five adults plans to buy a charcoal grill Sales and forecast of charcoal barbecue grills Figure 22: Total US unit sales and forecast of sales of charcoal barbecue grills, 2008-18 Segment Performance – Electric Barbecue Grills Key points Sales and forecast of electric barbecue grills Figure 23: Total US retail volume sales and forecast of electric barbecue grills, 2008-18 Retail Channels Key points Home centers are preferred retail channel for grill purchases Figure 24: Retail channel preferences for next grill purchase, December 2013 Home centers fight it out for the Millennial consumer Figure 25: Retail channel preferences for next grill purchase, by age, December 2013 Higher-income households likely to buy from a home center Figure 26: Retail channel preferences for next grill purchase, by household income, December 2013 Homeowners will buy from a home center; renters prefer a mass merchant Figure 27: Retail channel preferences for next grill purchase, by residency ownership, December 2013 Retail profiles Home Depot Lowe’s Walmart Target Visit Report Analysis : http://www.marketresearchreports.biz/analysis/191037 Leading Companies Key points Weber and its competitors Weber-Stephen W.C. Bradley (Char-Broil) GHP Group, Inc. (Dyna-Glo) Spectrum Brands Holdings (George Foreman) Brinkmann Jarden Corporation (Coleman Company) Big Green Egg RH Peterson Co (Fire Magic) Lynx Kalamazoo Innovations and Innovators Hasty-Bake Grillbot iGrill Mini Pizza Que Grill Stone Kingsford Grill Surface Thermometer Marketing Strategies Key points Weber Char-Broil Big Green Egg Grill Ownership Key points Most households own a grill Figure 28: Household grill ownership, by type, December 2011 and December 2013 Home owners much more likely than renters to own a grill Figure 29: Household grill ownership, by residency ownership, December 2013 Income influences grill ownership and type of grills owned Figure 30: Household grill ownership, by household income, December 2013 Households with children more likely to own a grill Figure 31: Household grill ownership, by presence of children in household, December 2013 Grill-Usage Frequency Key points Six in 10 adults grill frequently (at least a few times month) Figure 32: Grill-usage frequency, December 2013 Higher-income households use their grills more frequently Figure 33: Grill-usage frequency, by household income, December 2013 Households with children grill the most frequently Figure 34: Grill-usage frequency, by presence of children in household, December 2013 Own a grill? Use a grill Figure 35: Grill-usage frequency, by residency ownership, December 2013 Who Typically Grills Key points Men grill (but women do too) Figure 36: Who typically grills, by gender, December 2013 It’s a family affair Figure 37: Who typically grills, by generations, December 2013 Attitudes Toward Grilling Preparation and Usage Key points Most adults consider grilling a year-round activity Grilled food is appealing to the taste buds Figure 38: Attitudes toward grilling/barbecuing – preparation/usage, by gender, December 2013 Generational differences present opportunities and pitfalls Figure 39: Attitudes toward grilling/barbecuing – preparation/usage, by generations, December 2013 Types of Food Made on the Grill Key points Most adults grill traditional American fare Figure 40: Attitudes toward grilling/barbecuing – types of food grilled, by household income, December 2013 Adults with children grill a broader selection of foods Figure 41: Attitudes toward grilling/barbecuing – types of food grilled, by presence of children in household, December 2013 Younger generations more open to experimenting on the grill Figure 42: Attitudes toward grilling/barbecuing – types of food grilled, by generations, December 2013 Reasons for Grilling Key point It is more than the food Figure 43: Attitudes toward grilling/barbecuing – reasons for grilling, by gender, December 2013 Adults with children attribute more positive benefits to grilling Figure 44: Attitudes toward grilling/barbecuing – reasons for grilling, by presence of children in household, December 2013 Renters hot on grilling Figure 45: Attitudes toward grilling/barbecuing – reasons for grilling, by residency ownership, December 2013 Features That Would Encourage More Frequent Grilling Key points Self-cleaning and hassle-free starts would encourage more usage Figure 46: Features that would encourage more frequent grilling, by gender, December 2013 Encourage barbecuing as a family activity Figure 47: Features that would encourage more frequent grilling, by presence of children in household, December 2013 iGen/Millennials looking for inspiration Figure 48: Features that would encourage more frequent grilling, by generations, December 2013 Renters’ grill usage can be increased with enhancements Figure 49: Features that would encourage more frequent grilling, by residency ownership, December 2013 Grill Purchase Intent Key points Current grill owners intend to buy a grill in the near future Figure 50: Expectations for timing of next grill purchase among all adults and current grill owners, December 2013 Adults with children are more likely to have plans to buy a grill Figure 51: Expectations for timing of next grill purchase, by presence of children in household, December 2013 Millennials ready to buy Figure 52: Expectations for timing of next grill purchase, by generations, December 2013 Seven in 10 Millennial dads plan to purchase a grill within the next year Figure 53: Expectations for timing of next grill purchase, by millennial parents, December 2013 Type of Grill Expected to Purchase Key points Gas grills are the most likely next grill purchase Figure 54: Type of grill expected to purchase, December 2013 Adults with higher incomes more likely to purchase gas grills Figure 55: Type of grill expected to purchase, by household income, December 2013 Homeowners plan to purchase gas grills Figure 56: Type of grill expected to purchase, by residency ownership, December 2013 Nongrill owners buy charcoal grills; others move to gas Figure 57: Type of grill expected to purchase, by household grill ownership, December 2013 Budget for Next Grill Purchase Key points Average budget for next grill purchase is $209 Figure 58: How much expecting to spend on next grill purchase, December 2013 Men spend more than women on grills Figure 59: How much expecting to spend on next grill purchase, by gender, December 2013 Average spending on a grill correlates with household income Figure 60: How much expecting to spend on next grill purchase, by household income, December 2013 Budget is higher in households with children Figure 61: How much expecting to spend on next grill purchase, by presence of children in household, December 2013 Homeowners budget more for a grill than renters do Figure 62: How much expecting to spend on next grill purchase, by residency ownership, December 2013 Grilling Influences Key points Grill purchase, operations, and food prep are influenced by different means Figure 63: Grilling influences, December 2013 There are more influences on highest income adults’ purchase decision Figure 64: Grilling influences – purchase influencers, by household income, December 2013 Adults with children cite many purchase influences Figure 65: Grilling influences – purchase influencers, by presence of children in household, December 2013 Millennials weigh many factors in their purchase decision Figure 66: Grilling influences – purchase influencers, by generations, December 2013 Grillers learn from instructions, friends, and cooking shows Figure 67: Grilling influences – use influencers, by gender, December 2013 Millennials take grilling instruction from all comers Figure 68: Grilling influences – use influencers, by generations, December 2013 Family, friends, and cooking shows influence food choices Figure 69: Grilling influences – type of food grilled influencers, by generations, December 2013 Impact of Race and Hispanic Origin Latest Reports: Sports Nutrition Market - Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast, 2013 – 2019: http://www.marketresearchreports.biz/analysis-details/sports-nutrition-market-global-industry-analysis-size-share-growth-trends-and-forecast-2013-2019 Increasing health awareness and changing consumer groups are the major growth drivers for the global Sports Nutrition market. 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