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  • Two in five consumers want to improve bone health with calcium and vitamin D enriched products

    15 April 2015

    Two in five British consumers want to improve their bone health, presenting ample opportunity for brands to help prevent or manage this rapidly growing health concern. However, there is still work to be done in convincing consumers of all ages about the importance of calcium and vitamin D.

  • Peruvians looking to combat obesity issues

    14 April 2015

    A Canadean survey shows that nine out of ten Peruvians want to improve their waistline over the next 12 months, while almost half plan to eat smaller portion sizes. However, consumers in Peru are still struggling to maintain a healthy diet, posing a challenge to food and beverage manufacturers.

  • Could tea thaw the frosty Russian drinks market?

    10 April 2015

    Due to persistent international tensions and the rising cost of raw materials, the drinks market in Russia is forecast to suffer a decline in 2015. However, the hot drinks market presents an opportunity, finds new report by Canadean.

  • Discounters need to invest in online grocery shopping

    20 March 2015

    Online shopping is now at the point where it is a cost-effective way for discounters to target convenience-driven shoppers. However, low-cost online shopping will also be their greatest threat, as Amazon will make its presence felt in the groceries market over the next five years, finds Canadean.

  • 2015 beverage outlook cautiously optimistic for Western Europe

    18 March 2015

    Canadean estimates beverage consumption in Western Europe to increase by 0.2% in 2015, as lower inflation in key markets will lead to consumers spending more of their disposal income on refreshment.

  • India’s economic rise: Larger share of growing middle class travels overseas

    16 March 2015

    A new report by Canadean finds that a growing proportion of the middle class in India travels overseas, with Thailand remaining the preferred hot spot for leisure tourism, while the US is rising in popularity as more Indians come to the States to visit family.

  • Stressed consumers look for ‘feel-good’ products

    13 March 2015

    An increasing number of UK consumers are suffering from stress, sleep deprivation and a lack of energy. In 2015, Britons are vowing to improve their work/life balance, reduce feelings of stress and spend more time with family and friends. According to Canadean, food and drink manufacturers that help them achieve this goal will do well this year.

  • Canadean rates potential of 60 major tourism markets

    09 March 2015

    According to Canadean’s Tourism Potential Index, Singapore is the only country that holds a five star rating, Iceland will see the fastest growth in terms of international arrivals and Brazil’s tourism industry will grow steadily despite low tourism potential.

  • Africa to become fastest growing beer market in the world by 2017

    04 March 2015

    A new report by Canadean expects more Africans to enter the beer market from the home brew sector, while commercial beer and premium brands forge ahead in the exploding African beer market.

  • Malt beverage on the rise in MENA and Africa; slowing sales in Latin America

    18 February 2015

    According to a new Canadean report, the global malt beverage industry expanded by 42% over the past five years, with the Middle East and Africa recording particularly strong growth. While clear malt is the drink of choice in the MENA region and Africa, dark malt is preferred in Latin America where sales have been slowing.