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  • Parents move to get on-the-go dairy products

    29 October 2014

    Consumption of dairy products is increasing among British consumers, and kids’ development remains a key growth driver. In particular, there are opportunities to target busy parents with on-the-go dairy products such as milk or yoghurt, says new report from Canadean.

  • UK wants personalised online shopping experience

    29 October 2014

    UK consumers want more online stores to remember certain aspects of their online navigation, a new Canadean survey finds. Realising that shoppers no longer wish to be pigeonholed into homogenous groups will be a challenge and opportunity for e-commerce.

  • UK consumers demand for antibacterial packaging

    28 October 2014

    Antibacterial packaging that is designed to delay the development of germs and bacteria in canned products is set to become a hit with consumers, a new survey from Canadean reveals. The research finds that over half of Britons are worried about bacteria on the outside of a can more than the presence of dirt and dust, or if it is dented or discoloured.

  • Baked beans: Anything but a has-bean

    28 October 2014

    Baked beans are usually perceived as a food consumed among families of lower income households, but with today’s efforts of premiumisation and a range of flavours this is challenging previous perceptions.

  • Make-up in Brazil: An obsession with beauty and image

    23 October 2014

    The Brazilian beauty market is growing rapidly – despite Brazil’s receding economy. A new report by Canadean finds that the desire to look beautiful among young Brazilian women is stronger than the recession.

  • ‘Health halo’ surrounding protein resonates with UK consumers

    23 October 2014

    A new Canadean survey finds that consumers in the UK start acknowledging the importance of eating and drinking products that are high in protein. However, it also reveals that consumers do not have enough protein in their daily diets – a challenge and opportunity for manufacturers.

  • Looming price hikes and quality issues mean consumers will take greater notice of declining bee populations

    22 October 2014

    Recent action to halt declining bee populations shows how dwindling resources will impact both manufacturers and consumers. Consumers will begin to truly take notice of environmental issues when the price of products increases and the quality decreases, with manufacturers limited by the resources on offer. This time is closer than many think.

  • Forget on-the-go: UK uses liquid water enhancers at home

    20 October 2014

    The rapid growth of liquid water enhancers as an on-the go product across the US has encouraged manufacturers to target the same market in the UK, but the different consumer needs call for an alternative marketing approach.

  • Difficulty in opening tinned food will drive demand for alternative types of packaging

    14 October 2014

    A new survey by Canadean finds that one in five (22%) consumers consider tinned food difficult to open. With British consumers spending over £8 billion on the most convenient food products, manufacturers will increasingly adopt easier to open packs such as pouches for vegetables, soups, meat, and fish.

  • Consumers still hot for spicy food

    08 October 2014

    Canadean’s analyst Sam Allen comments on the growing popularity of all things spicy, from Nando’s ‘Extra Hot Chicken Breasts’ to Tesco’s ‘Three Chilli Steak Burgers’ and ASDA’s ‘Habenero Chilli Peanuts.'