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- Energy Drinks Shows Impressive Stamina
27 November 2013
In only one year global consumption of energy drinks has grown by 15%. Although energy drinks is not a big category in the overall soft drinks sector, consumption has seen steady annual growth, and since 2006 market penetration has doubled.
- Consumers want clean label soft drinks
18 November 2013
INGREDIENTS. Sugar and sweetener consumption are changing across many markets globally, driven by governmental taxations, health concerns and a shift in consumer sentiment. Today’s consumers are more aware of food health and safety than ever before. According to Canadean Ingredients, the government taxations may be an overall industry driver, but increasing positive sentiments towards all natural sweetness and clean label products has been the strongest incentive for the FMCG industry.
- Another Sweet Year for Carbonates in MENA
14 November 2013
Carbonates consumption in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) has seen increasingly impressive growth, and 2012 was no different. According to Canadean’s 2013 MENA Soft Drinks Market Digest Reports, global trends such as contracting consumer spending levels and growing wellness concerns have not had the same negative effect on carbonates sales in the MENA region.
- Consumers willing to buy alcohol from discount stores this Christmas
13 November 2013
SHOPPING HABITS. A survey by Canadean Custom Solutions shows that during the Christmas period, consumers are more willing to consider buying alcohol from a discount store such as ALDI, as opposed to store-own branded alcohol from major supermarkets. The findings show that while social taboos towards serving private label (PL) alcohol to guests at Christmas are slowly fading, the continental origin of discount brands make them more acceptable to serve.
- Cider in Australasia: The Perfect Storm
04 November 2013
The Australasian cider market is in rude health and national brands are enjoying excellent growth. According to a new Market Insight report from Canadean, the region saw the highest growth globally in 2012 with both New Zealand and Australia pulling their weight.
- Redefining ‘Craft’ Beer
01 November 2013
The craft beer market is currently undergoing unprecedented growth across America, Europe and Australasia. Despite the hype, there has been a lack of an industry consensus to the ‘craft beer’ definition. A new special focus report by Canadean redefines its meaning.
- Indian Confectionery Sector is Poised for Double Digit Growth to 2017
28 October 2013
All categories are set for growth, but Chocolate is expected to grow at the fastest rate, according to a new report by Canadean.
- Chocolate and Sugar Confectionery Lead French Confectionery Sector Growth
24 October 2013
Confectionery is one of the slowest growing food sectors in France. However, both Chocolate and Sugar Confectionery will display the highest growth of the sector to 2017.
- Frugal shopping habits in winter
23 October 2013
SHOPPING HABITS. Adults in the UK are likely to become more frugal in their grocery shopping habits in the winter months. This is reflected not only in the reduced frequency of shopping trips, but in the type of items they purchase and changes in the way they cook.
- Chocolate is the Largest Category in the German Confectionery Sector but Gum is Set for the Best Growth to 2017
22 October 2013
The German Confectionery sector is expected to continue to grow over the next five years, but the path will be hard, according to Canadean. The sector is forecast to grow at a value Compounded Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 0.9% and a slightly lower volume CAGR of 0.4% up to 2017. The high level of saturation, a declining population and a growing trend towards health and wellness is expected to limit the growth potential of German Confectionery through to 2017. However, in 2012, the Confectionery market was still the fourth largest out of the fifteen Food sectors monitored by Canadean in the country.
- Global Beverage Outlook to 2018: Emerging Market Ascendency
- China Beverage Industry Outlook and R&D Trends
- Europe Q2 beverage sales suffer as adverse weather exacerbates impact of macroeconomic challenges
- Headwinds Persist for the Beverage Industry in 2013, but Beverage Producers and Retailers Adapting to a ‘New Normal’
- Global Beverage Outlook to 2018: Asia to add the equivalent of 1.5 times current West Europe beverage consumption by 2018
- Europe: Marked divergence in East and West Europe commercial beverage performance, as West Europe ends 2012 on another quarterly low
- Europe: Key beverage categories see some upturn in Q3 thanks to the Olympics and better weather, but outlook for the year remains flat
- Beverage Growth Outlook to 2017: Asia predicted to account for 75% of incremental volume growth to 2017
- Macroeconomic uncertainties and weather woes drive divergence in European Commercial Beverage Growth
- Beverage Growth Outlook to 2017: China and India predicted to have 32% share by 2017