Select an article from below:
- UK consumers hesitant to try new alcoholic drinks
21 January 2015
A new Canadean report finds that eight out of ten consumers who drink alcohol out of their homes rarely or never try new alcoholic drinks. This is concerning as substantial investment is made in developing and marketing new products. However, exciting flavours and seasonal offerings will keep the market from stagnating.
- Protein: Turning from a fad to a trend
19 January 2015
A new Canadean report finds that half of UK consumers are now aware of the health benefits of protein, presenting an expanding opportunity for protein enriched food and drinks.
- Russia’s economic downturn leads to rise of group buying websites
15 January 2015
Russia’s economic instability leads to consumers being more careful about their expenses. However, they still want to treat themselves, pushing group buying sites such as Groupon or Biglion.ru in the spotlight, argues Veronika Zhupanova, analyst at Canadean.
- Craft and fusion are next steps for cider brands
13 January 2015
While the cider market has undergone a revolution over the last two decades, consumers still see cider as a beverage they only turn to occasionally. Manufacturers need to do more to enhance the appeal of cider in the UK – and craft production and sensory fusion is the way to success.
- Adding value to sugar: Exciting flavours and product innovation
09 January 2015
When buying sugar the majority of hot drinks consumers are vastly motivated by price. To avoid a race to the bottom, manufacturers need to come up with new ways to add value, such as flavoured sugar and sugar on wands.
- New Year resolution: Over a third of the UK want to eat more healthily
05 January 2015
New research from Canadean shows that over a third of consumers make resolutions to eat and drink more healthily in 2015. Healthy eating is the number one resolution for consumers in the UK, above saving money and cutting stress. Especially women and those aged 18 to 34 will fuel demand for healthy ingredients and lighter foods.
- Anti-ageing skincare not resonating with older consumers
23 December 2014
According to a Canadean survey, 20% of UK consumers are concerned about skin ageing, but only one-third of those who are worried have adopted a regular anti-ageing skincare routine. This indicates that marketers are failing to connect with a majority of consumers who are most interested in their products.
- Black Friday: 30% of UK consumers believe it's a good idea
18 December 2014
In the aftermath of the Black Friday sales, widespread criticism about the erratic shopping behaviour of consumers on the hunt for ‘killer-bargains’ emerged. However, a new Canadean survey finds that UK shoppers have a less negative view on Black Friday than one might think.
- Jam, honey and chocolate spreads stick well with UK consumers
17 December 2014
The UK syrups and spreads market is dominated by jam and honey spreads. However, chocolate spreads are expected to gather pace, growing by 35% up to 2018, finds new report from Canadean.
- ‘Right-for-me’ make-up will see growing demand in Spain
10 December 2014
In the declining Spanish make-up market, products which promote the opportunity to alter looks and convey a desired image give manufacturers the chance to make a stand.
- 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(0) 20 7936 6833