Select an article from below:
- 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.
- UK Travel Industry Facing Years of Uncertainty in Wake of Brexit Vote, says Canadean
29 June 2016
The consequences of the UK electorate’s decision to leave (or Brexit) the European Union (EU) following the country’s referendum on June 23 will be far-reaching for the entire EU travel market, according to consumer insight firm Canadean. This is largely due to Europe being the UK’s biggest tourist inbound market, with more than 60% of its visitors coming from inside EU member states.
- Despite a Disappointing First Quarter for Europe’s Commercial Beverage Market, Confidence in the Sector is Rising, says Canadean
28 June 2016
Although an early Easter was anticipated to boost European beverage sales in the first quarter of 2016, the general downward trend currently being observed in commercial beverage consumption was actually curtailed by the warmer-than-average weather which swept across the region over the period, according to leading market research firm Canadean.
- Brexit Will Mean More of the Same for UK Consumer Trends in Grocery, says Canadean
24 June 2016
The UK’s decision to leave the European Union, also known as Brexit, will cultivate a ‘doubling down’ on current consumer trends in the near-term, according to Canadean.
- Packaging Companies Set to Invest Heavily in R&D to 2021, but Data Analytics Risks Losing Out, says Canadean
07 June 2016
Packaging companies will substantially increase investment in Research & Development (R&D) over the next five years, meaning an R&D arms race may emerge as companies seek to develop ever more unique and novel pack designs, according to consumer insight firm Canadean.
- Gourmet Teas in Pouches Will Appeal to Busy Consumers Craving Quality Hot Drinks, says Canadean
01 June 2016
Hot drinks such as tea and coffee are a staple of busy consumers’ lives. However, an apparent lack of time means consumers often turn to “quick” options such as microwaveable products, which are often perceived to compromise on taste. To target those looking for a higher quality on-the-go beverage, brands have started devising novel packaging solutions in order to break the stereotype of convenience-quality trade-off.
- Legislation and Ingredients Will Offer Biggest Cost Threats to CPG Industry by 2021, says Canadean
25 May 2016
Rising ingredient costs and new legislation will be the main barriers to profitability for consumer packaged goods (CPG) companies between now and 2021, 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
- Growth in fragmentation
- Sleep-deprived Americans turn to relaxing food and drinks before bed-time
- A drink for all occasions
- Pushing the boundaries of taste with food fusions
- Brands are playing matchmaker with alcohol and food
- Russian government proposed to add cider and medovukha to list of agricultural products
- Less is more when it comes to packaging
- Global Beverage Forecast 2014
- Beverage Industry Mood Improves in Europe in Q4
- Summer weather has muted impact on Q3 beverage sales
- 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’
- 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
T: +44 161 359 5822