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  • ‘Natural’ foods equal ‘healthy’ in older consumers' minds

    20 August 2014

    A new survey by Canadean finds that consumers aged 55 and older associate ‘natural’ products with a healthy, yet tasty, lifestyle and diet.

  • Indian men seek fragrances to succeed in career

    19 August 2014

    At present, men are consuming more fragrances than women in India, illustrating a strong male interest in the scents market. This growing trend will present fragrances manufacturers with prime opportunities for targeting Indian men, who seek out masculine fragrances to aid their professional image. As a result, Canadean data forecasts the fragrances market in India to grow at a CAGR of 26.0% from 2013 to 2018.

  • US women drink wine to relax - men look for high quality

    18 August 2014

    Women drink more wine than men in the US – but that’s not the only difference. New research from Canadean looks at the motivations behind wine consumption.

  • Older consumers are seeking convenience in food

    12 August 2014

    It is commonly believed that convenient products are for the busy city worker. However, the older population are quickly becoming some of the biggest seekers of convenience, with 17.1% of their food consumption motivated by this need, finds a new report from Canadean.

  • Fruit is top of the tree among UK kids snacks

    11 August 2014

    Fresh and processed fruit snacks are on the rise in the UK as health concerned parents want more healthy products for their kids, finds new survey by Canadean.

  • Yoghurt drinks on the rise in China

    08 August 2014

    The drinking yoghurt market is exploding in China due to significant and sustained investment and a new demand for healthier drinks ‘on the go’, finds new report by Canadean.

  • Lithuania takes tough stance on energy drinks

    07 August 2014

    Lithuania is at the forefront of the fight against unhealthy lifestyles in the Baltic States, making changes to the energy drinks market that will affect consumerism for years to come.

  • China: second most valuable bakery and cereals market by 2018

    06 August 2014

    The Chinese bakery and cereals market - already the largest in volume - is set to become the second most valuable by 2018, as more urban dwellers consume pick-me-up snacks on-the-go.

  • The UK cannot sleep at night as we worry about health and bills

    28 July 2014

    As stress and sleep issues are becoming a common concern among UK consumers, many are in need for stress relieving and sleep enhancing products. According to Canadean, this development presents a great market opportunity for FMCG companies.

  • Most consumers not concerned about halal meat

    25 July 2014

    A new survey from Canadean finds that while the majority (52%) of UK consumers are not concerned about the consumption of halal meat, a third of adults deliberately avoid halal meat certified products, primarily because of animal welfare concerns.