|By PR Newswire||
|August 18, 2014 04:45 PM EDT||
NEW YORK, Aug. 18, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:
This report provides topline data on household use of cooking/heating kitchen appliances (in the specific sense of cooking raw foods or reheating prepared foods) in the U.S. These data are presented primarily through tables, bar graphs, and pie charts.
Report provides data on use of ovens (conventional or convection) and ranges (including use of range hood), whether electric or gas; microwaves; toaster ovens; and small electric cooking/heating appliances.
Household use of small cooking/heating kitchen appliances is tabulated in the context of demographic factors as well as weekly expenditures on groceries, where household shop for groceries, and average number of meals prepared at home weekly.
In addition, the report provides topline data on the number of cooks involved in cooking or meal preparation, the amount of time cooking/heating kitchen appliances are in use, the types of cooking/heating activities involved with kitchen appliance use, and weekday vs. weekend patterns.
The report also provides an overview of energy use factors, patterns by season of year, as well as use of outdoor grilling.
Data are based primarily on a Packaged Facts national online consumer survey conducted in April-May 2014. The data reflect a panel of 2,000 U.S. adults (age 18+) that is balanced to the national population on the primary demographic measures of gender, age bracket, race/ethnicity, geographic region, marital status, presence or absence of children in the household, and household income.
In addition, the report provides historical trend data on ownership and purchase of major and small kitchen appliances based on the Winter 2007-2008 through 2013-2014 Simmons national consumer surveys from Experian Marketing Services.
Major Kitchen Appliances Covered
Electric Toaster Oven
Electric Small Kitchen Appliances Covered
Electric Slow Cooker/Crock Pot
George Foreman Grill
Electric Deep Fryer
Electric Waffle Iron on Pancake/Crepe Maker
Electric Rice Cooker/Steamer
Electric/Sandwich/Panini Grills Other than George Foreman
Electric Pressure Cooker
Electric Countertop Burner
Household Use of Cooking and Heating Kitchen Appliances: U.S. Food Industry MarketLooks
Scope and Methodology of Report
Major Kitchen Appliances Covered
Electric Small Kitchen Appliances Covered
Key Data Findings: Cooking Patterns
Key Data Findings: Cooking & Heating Appliance Patterns
Size of Kitchens in the Household
Fig. 1: How would you describe the size of the kitchen in your household?
Fig. 2: Classifying Households by Frequency of Cooking Home Meals
Number of Cooks in the Household
Fig. 3: Number of Adults per Household Involved with Cooking and Meal Prep, 2014
Gender and Cooking
Fig. 4: Selected Cooking Psychographics by Gender, 2014
Children in the Kitchen
Fig. 5: Number of Children Involved with Cooking and Meal Prep, 2014
Fig. 6: Household Meal Preparation Patterns: Weekdays vs. Weekends
Fig. 7: Time Spent on Meal Preparation at Home
Seasonality of Cooking
Fig. 8: Do you tend to cook more or less often at different times of year?
Fig. 9: Cooking Patterns by Season
Cooking & Heating Appliance Patterns
Large Cooking Appliances Owned in Household
Fig. 10: Which large cooking appliances do you have in your kitchen?
Fig. 11: Large Kitchen Appliances Owned vs. Used in Last 30 Days, 2014
Fig. 12: Annual Purchasing Rates for Ovens and Ranges by Type, 2008-2014
Frequency of Use of Ovens
Fig. 13: In a typical day, on average, about how many times in total do members of your household use an oven?
Ownership of Microwave Ovens
Fig. 14: Household Ownership and Annual Purchasing Rates for Microwaves, 2008-2014
Fig. 15: Ownership of Microwave Ovens by Size, 2014
Frequency of Use of Microwave Ovens
Fig. 16: In a typical day, on average, about how many times in total do members of your household use a microwave oven at home?
Fig. 17: Microwaving and Plastic Packaging Psychographics
Ownership of Toaster Ovens
Fig. 18: Household Ownership and Annual Purchasing Rates for Toaster Ovens, 2008-2014
Fig. 19: Ownership of Toaster Ovens by Size, 2014
Fig. 20: Share of Households with Energy Efficient Ovens by Type, 2011-2014
Ownership of Small Cooking/Heating Kitchen Appliances
Fig. 21: Household Ownership Rates for Selected Small Cooking/Heating Kitchen Appliances, 2008-2014
Fig. 22: Annual Purchasing Rates for Selected Small Cooking/Heating Kitchen Appliances, 2008-2014
Fig. 23: Small Electric Cooking/Heating Kitchen Appliances Regularly Used in Household, 2014
Fig. 24: Small Electric Cooking/Heating Kitchen Appliances Regularly Used in Household: By Average Weekly Expenditures on Groceries, 2014
Fig. 25: Small Electric Cooking/Heating Kitchen Appliances Regularly Used in Household: By Frequency of Cooking Home Meals, 2014
Fig. 26: Small Electric Cooking/Heating Kitchen Appliances Regularly Used in Household: By Age Bracket, 2014
Fig. 27: Small Electric Cooking/Heating Kitchen Appliances Regularly Used in Household: By Single vs. Married/Partnered Status, 2014
Fig. 28: Small Electric Cooking/Heating Kitchen Appliances Regularly Used in Household: By Presence of Children in the Household, 2014
Fig. 29: Small Electric Cooking/Heating Kitchen Appliances Regularly Used in Household: By Locale of Residence, 2014
Fig. 30: Small Electric Cooking/Heating Kitchen Appliances Regularly Used in Household: By Race/Ethnicity, 2014
Fig. 31: Small Electric Cooking/Heating Kitchen Appliances Regularly Used in Household: By Where Shop for Groceries, 2014
Ownership of Outdoor Grills
Fig. 32: Household Ownership and Annual Purchasing Rates for Outdoor Grills by Type, 2008-2014
Frequency of Grilling
Fig. 33: How Many Months Out of the Year Do You Use Your Outdoor Grill?
Seasonality of Grilling
Fig. 34: Do you tend to grill outdoors more or less often at different times of year?
Energy Factor to Use of Cooking/Heating Appliances
Fig. 35: I factor the energy cost of using different cooking/heating appliances into deciding which appliances to use
Energy and Heat Factors to Use of the Ovens and Microwaves
Fig. 36: Selected Seasonal Appliance Use Psychographics, 2014
Energy and Heat Factors to Use of the Small Kitchen Appliances
Fig. 37: I use small cooking/heating appliances more in hot months because they don't generate as much heat
Fig. 38: Factors Motivating Use of Specific Cooking/Heating Appliances
Fig. 39: Factors Deterring Use of Specific Cooking/Heating Appliances
Fig. 40: Use of Specific Cooking/Heating Appliances by Basic Types of Cooking
Fig. 41: Use of Specific Cooking/Heating Appliances for Refrigerated Food Products
Fig. 42: Use of Specific Cooking/Heating Appliances for Frozen Meals
Fig. 43: Time With Cooking/Heating Appliances in Use With Meal Preparation at Home
Fig. 44: Meal and Snack Occasions for Which Cooking and Heating Appliances Are Used: Weekdays vs. Weekends
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