Showing posts with label market research. Show all posts
Showing posts with label market research. Show all posts

Wednesday, 8 June 2016

Protection Becomes Important as Many Fall Prey to Zika Virus

For an effective result, application of practical techniques and repellents can help users protect themselves this year, overseas and at their home. 
 
Outdoor stores in Nashville were seen telling their customers that mosquito repellent were not available in the state. Why? Outbreak of Zika virus in 2016 is majorly responsible for the shortage of insect repellents outlines research analysts at Allied Market Research. Analysts analyzing the share and the size of the sector add due to virus scare suppliers are sending the product down south. First baby with Zika was born in New Jersey. As per the CDC, approximately 591 cases have been identified in the United States till date. What else is keeping the future of the mosquito repellent industry bright besides this no cure disease?

Natural Variation Sounds Better


Several testing groups identified that natural repellents promise the best protection. They unveiled that their oils are not only less harsh on human nose, but also effective in protecting against swarms and swarms of mosquitos. Above all, the term natural definitely sounds better for buyers. It took close to five years for Fit Organic to develop a product that was effective against mosquitos carrying the virus. This proprietary formula is safe for both children and pregnant woman. Another product called Citronella Outdoor Sticks are the most sought after repellent rendered contemporary. Scientific testing reveals that these sticks are highly effective in keeping the mosquitoes away. 

 

Monday, 4 April 2016

Robotic Roaches May Be The Future Of Earthquake Rescue

Believe it or not, we may soon find ourselves thankful for the mighty cockroach’s ability to get through the tiniest of cracks to just about anywhere it darned likes. Inspired by roaches’ ultra-flexible yet incredibly strong bodies, researchers at the University of California, Berkeley’s Department of Integrative Biology have developed a prototype for an insect-like rescue robot that could safely seek out humans in the kind of chaotic rubble that earthquakes and other disasters leave behind.

Growth Projected for Meat Substitute Market

Beef tacos, spicy miso chicken, cottage pie, cabbage rolls, chicken coconut curry, Swedish meatballs – all recipes from around the globe with a focus on meat. But as the consumer mindset continues to shift for food to incorporate into healthy lifestyles, the demand for meat substitutes is projected to increase.

Thursday, 17 March 2016

Why I Ditched the Baby Monitor - and So Should You

When my baby was first born, I started out with not one but two baby monitors. The first was a traditional audio monitor, and the other was a fancy video device that synced with our iPhones. As someone who is always "connected" (hi, I'm the mom who texted during labor — nice to meet you), why wouldn't I want the same level of attachment with my newborn baby?

The only thing — it took less than a month to viscerally hate them both. Here's why.