Which new food and beverage products had the highest purchase intent scores in June?

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Which new products had the highest purchase intent scores in June?

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Snacks dominate the June edition of Instantly's shelf score ranking of new products, with Reese's limited edition mini sticks, Fiber One strawberry cheesecake bars and Oreo S'mores all notching up strong purchase intent scores.

The score is measured through Instantly’s platform, which gathers insights from target consumers (category shoppers) who are polled via mobile devices at home and in-store, where they are shown a photo and a detailed description of a new product and answer questions about purchase intent, differentiation, need/desire and value.

Instantly​ has access to an army of more than 350,000 primary grocery shoppers across the United States and 55,000+ in the UK, who have downloaded its app to their smartphones and agreed to participate in real-time market research tasks when they go shopping in return for small instant cash incentives and gift cards.

When they spot a new product, they scan the barcode, upload photos of it on shelf (which show where it is positioned vs competitor products plus the price tag) and answer multiple choice questions such as: How likely are you to buy this product in the next 30 days based on the price it’s being sold for here?

The app also asks consumers whether they regularly shop the category in question.

The top 10 products ranked by purchase intent in June were:

  1. Reese's Mini Sticks: 78%
  2. Fiber One Cheesecake Bar: Strawberry: 72%
  3. Oreo S'mores: 68%
  4. Bagel Bites Breakfast: Bacon, Egg & Cheese: 64%
  5. Ritz Bits Sandwiches: Bacon & Cheese: 62%
  6. Kellogg's Eggo Gluten Free Waffles: Cinnamon: 59%
  7. Rold Gold Pretzel Cracker Sandwiches: Creamy Fudge: 58%
  8. Hostess Sea Salt Caramel Cup Cakes: 56%
  9. Jif Peanut Powder: 54%
  10. High Brew Coffee: Dairy Free Black & Bold: 39% 
Instantly shelf score June 2015

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