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  • Private label pushes for high-end beverages

    22 September 2014

    Private label drinks products, such as own brand ranges from supermarkets, are known for low prices at the expense of quality. However, more and more private label drinks products can be found in supermarket aisles reserved for ‘premium’ name brands, a new report by Canadean finds.

  • US consumers embrace carbonated water

    15 September 2014

    Growth in the consumption of carbonated packaged water in the US is expected to be much higher than the global average, finds new report from Canadean.

  • Skincare made in the lab just for you: The future of personalisation

    15 September 2014

    Personal skincare made in the lab to perfectly match each individual customer is predicted to become a big trend in skincare right now. In a new survey, Canadean investigates the market potential of personal skincare in the UK.

  • Women almost twice as likely to dine out during Christmas time

    15 September 2014

    Consumers will look to get in the festive spirit this Christmas with 18% of UK adults saying that they will dine out more in the run up to Christmas. Women will have the most Christmas cheer in restaurants this year, whilst 18-24 year olds will drive the winter street food boom, finds new survey by Canadean.

  • Coconut water still a niche product

    12 September 2014

    Coconut water remains a niche beverage in the UK, despite endorsements from celebrities such as Rihanna and the drink's much heard of health benefits.

  • Half of Britons think that alcohol in pubs is too expensive

    12 September 2014

    Over half of UK adults (51%) think that drinking in pubs, bars and clubs is too expensive, with many preferring to have their drinks at home. A way to lure customers back in are special offers and craft beer, a new Canadean survey finds.

  • UK consumers not ethical when it comes to toilet paper

    10 September 2014

    Although consumers think it is important for grocery manufacturers to act in an ethical and environmentally friendly manner, they are not aware or interested in ethical certifications for toilet paper, finds new survey by Canadean.

  • Westernisation in the Chinese retail market will lead to a change in packaging needs

    08 September 2014

    In recent years, China has seen significant changes in eating habits, shopping behaviours, and lifestyle habits, as consumer behaviour responds to Western influences. Consumer packaged goods providers will capitalise on the trend of Westernisation for new experiences and integrate more Western groceries onto their shelves, Canadean predicts.

  • The world’s most valuable soft drinks brands

    08 September 2014

    According to Canadean’s latest data the value of the global soft drinks market increased by less than 2% in 2013 to US$937billion, but the Red Bull energy drink and key Chinese brands, such as Kangshifu, are making their mark.

  • World Cup boost for West Europe commercial beverages in Q2, but political situation quells East Europe growth

    05 September 2014

    According to Canadean’s latest quarterly beverage tracker, Q2 saw a number of strongly contrasting commercial beverage performances across West and East Europe.