Food & Beverage Analyst
Emily Moquin is the food and beverage analyst at global intelligence company Morning Consult, where she conducts research, authors analyst notes, and advises leaders in the food and beverage industry on how to apply insights to make better business decisions. Interested in connecting with Emily for a media request or a speaking opportunity? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Canadians’ Trust in Tim Hortons Remains High Despite App Privacy Issues
Food & beverage analyst Emily Moquin examines the impact of a recent app-related privacy breach on Tim Hortons’ overall trust
Consumers Are Cutting Back on Dining Out, Meat Consumption as Inflation Intensifies
Over half of U.S. adults say they’ve adjusted the way they eat or drink as a result of rising inflation, writes food & beverage analyst Emily Moquin
Report Series: Most Trusted Brands 2022
Unpacking how trust is built and broken in the 10 largest economies around the world, including breakout reports in six key industries.
Deal-Seeking Consumers Return to Grocery Stores as Coronavirus Concerns Ebb
Food & beverage analyst Emily Moquin unpacks the declining frequency of online grocery orders amid rising inflation
Consumers Adjust Grocery Habits as Prices Climb
Food & beverage analyst Emily Moquin examines how grocery spending is shifting amid decades-high inflation
Alcohol Drinking Declines and Sobriety Spreads as Consumers Slash Discretionary Spending
Food & beverage analyst Emily Moquin examines current alcohol spending and drinking behaviors
Consumers Are Avid Recipe Users: Understanding Recipe and Non-Recipe Occasions
Food & beverage analyst Emily Moquin examines which consumers use recipes the most
Why Meal Planners Are an Attractive Audience for Food & Beverage Brands
Food & beverage analyst Emily Moquin takes a look at consumers’ meal planning habits
When and How Consumers Are Cooking in 2022
Food & beverage analyst Emily Moquin unpacks consumers’ weekly cooking habits
New Workers, New Normal: Future of Work Report
A new report based on a survey of more than 3,500 employed U.S. adults about their priorities, work preferences, and lifestyle, provides insights for leaders across industries.