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  • Premium olive oil preferred choice for older consumers in UK

    20 November 2014

    The market for olive oil is the fastest growing in the oil and fats market in the UK, and has the potential to appeal to those aged 55 and over due to its age-aligned benefits, Canadean reports.

  • Secret snacking that ‘breaks’ diet highlights problems with food consumption

    18 November 2014

    The rise of obesity levels has led to a huge boost in the number of people dieting in the UK. In turn, this has caused needless emotional distress, guilt and low self-esteem for people that ‘break’ their diets with snacking, finds new Canadean survey.

  • Russian women want their fragrances to convey professionalism and power

    13 November 2014

    As more and more Russian women focus on their careers and delay having families, they want fragrances that convey qualities which are traditionally seen as masculine, such as strength and power, alongside femininity, finds new report by Canadean.

  • Manufacturers gambling on the increasing influence of health

    11 November 2014

    A survey from market researcher Canadean finds that the industry might think some trends bigger than they actually are.

  • Brain health with psychoactive drinks

    05 November 2014

    According to Karin Nielsen, Director of the Ingredients Division at Canadean, the psychoactive drinks market for adults is exploding, as naturally derived ingredients from fruit, plants and roots prove to have an impact on cognitive health.

  • The five biggest trends in FMCG in the next five years

    05 November 2014

    A new report by Canadean analyses future trend scenarios for the FMCG sector, identifying the best opportunities in consumer markets over the next five years. Ronan Stafford, analyst at Canadean, explains why emerging economies will play such a huge role in the years to come.

  • Italian consumers put on make-up to counteract signs of aging

    04 November 2014

    The desire for make-up that helps to counteract age-related skin impurities is the biggest consumption motivator in the Italian make-up market, influencing 19.4% of product consumption by volume.

  • Parents move to get on-the-go dairy products

    29 October 2014

    Consumption of dairy products is increasing among British consumers, and kids’ development remains a key growth driver. In particular, there are opportunities to target busy parents with on-the-go dairy products such as milk or yoghurt, says new report from Canadean.

  • UK wants personalised online shopping experience

    29 October 2014

    UK consumers want more online stores to remember certain aspects of their online navigation, a new Canadean survey finds. Realising that shoppers no longer wish to be pigeonholed into homogenous groups will be a challenge and opportunity for e-commerce.

  • UK consumers demand for antibacterial packaging

    28 October 2014

    Antibacterial packaging that is designed to delay the development of germs and bacteria in canned products is set to become a hit with consumers, a new survey from Canadean reveals. The research finds that over half of Britons are worried about bacteria on the outside of a can more than the presence of dirt and dust, or if it is dented or discoloured.