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- Busy Brits present major opportunity for on-the-go dairy products, says Canadean
18 August 2016
British consumers are increasingly looking for food and drink that saves time and allows them to feel they have a better work-life balance. Indeed, 50% of British people feel there are not enough hours in the day to fit in all their desired activities, while 56% report making attempts to reduce the time spent on necessary tasks and chores to free up time for more favorable activities, according to consumer insight firm Canadean.
- Digital lifestyles to change how consumers approach personal health and hygiene, says Canadean
16 August 2016
Hygiene categories, traditionally perceived as “quiet” in terms of innovation, will soon see a distinct shift towards systems and products which employ digital tools and unique technologies to better manage personal hygiene, as today’s digitized and connected consumers seek to align this preference across their lifestyles, according to consumer insight firm Canadean.
- Apps could boost alcohol sales among young adults through food pairing suggestions, says Canadean
11 August 2016
The art of pairing food with alcoholic drinks, particularly wine, is a well-established and common practice. Mobile apps, however, are starting to offer a novel way of encouraging consumers not only to pair food and drinks more often, but to consider beverages other than wine when doing so, according to consumer insight firm Canadean.
- Digital sharing is reshaping consumer behavior and impacting real-world interactions, says Canadean
08 August 2016
Social bonds and sharing occasions have moved from real life to the virtual world as consumers today use multiple digital touchpoints in their everyday lives. With over a third of millennials claiming to use social media to share updates about personal activities and experiences once a week or more, fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) manufacturers must capitalize on today's age of hyper-connection by encouraging consumers to share pictures, videos, and product experiences in a visually engaging way, according to consumer insight firm Canadean.
- Kvass, East Europe’s Traditional Fermented Soft Drink, Ticks Health Trend Boxes, says Canadean
04 August 2016
Kvass, traditional to markets such as Russia, Ukraine, Belarus and the Baltic States, accounts for 6% of the East European carbonates market, and has evolved over the years, according to consumer insight company Canadean.
- Fun and Flavor Experimentation to Escalate E-Cigarette Consumption, says Canadean
27 July 2016
Fun and flavor experimentation are key elements driving tobacco innovation, paving the way for the electronic cigarette (e-cigarette) market to grow, according to consumer insight firm Canadean.
- Many Millennials Shun Practice of Eating Three Regular Meals a Day, with Over 40% Snacking Regularly, says Canadean
13 July 2016
Over a third of consumers globally say they snack regularly, with the figure rising to just over 40% for young people aged 18-34, as the practice of modular eating becomes more accepted as an alternative to eating three main meals a day, according to consumer insight firm Canadean.
- Consumers Consider Memory Loss and Sight Degeneration Bigger Health Worries than Diabetes and Cholesterol, says Canadean
12 July 2016
Memory loss and eye health are two of the most pressing future health concerns among today’s consumers, presenting a major opportunity for players in the nutrition and over-the-counter health space, according to consumer insight firm Canadean.
- Baby Beauty Products Require Sensitive Approaches to Appeal to Parents, says Canadean
06 July 2016
While adults have long been expected to maintain certain grooming standards, particularly as social media and the selfie culture continues to reign, the emerging “baby beauty” trend, targeting parents of those aged four years and under, is a recent phenomenon in the industry, according to consumer insight firm Canadean.
- Developing Economies Set to Drive 4.6% Growth in Global Dairy and Soy Food Market by 2020, says Canadean
05 July 2016
The global dairy and soy food market will rise from US$617.9 billion in 2015 to US$773.4 billion by 2020, representing a compound annual growth rate of 4.6%, according to consumer insight firm Canadean.
- Canadean Identifies Five Key Trends in Dairy at Dairy Innovation Summit 2016
- UK Sugar Tax May Only Reinforce Mounting Consumer Desire for Low-Calorie Soft Drinks
- Canadean Beer Strategies Conference 2015
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