Gluten-Free Fast Becoming New Industry Standard in Baked Goods, with High Fibre One to Watch

by November 16th, 2016

The main pressures facing bakery over the last year are not dissimilar from those facing the wider food industry. The rising popularity of low-carb diets such as Atkin’s and Paleo in advanced countries and the reduction in waste and lifting of subsidies in emerging markets have taken their toll on the global baked goods market. […]

Euromonitor to Speak at SIAL Paris 2016

by , and August 27th, 2016

Event: SIAL, Paris Date: October 16th – 20th, 2016 Location: Paris, France Speakers: Lamine Lahouasnia, Head of Packaged Food Pinar Hosafci, Senior Food Analyst Lianne van den Bos, Senior Food Analyst Euromonitor is pleased to be in partnership with SIAL 2016. SIALwill take place in Paris, France from the 16th – 20th October 2016 and hosts over 150,000 […]

PepsiCo’s FY2015 Lacklustre Results Suggest its Snacks Portfolio Could Benefit from a Yoghurt Brand

by February 20th, 2016

While PepsiCo’s reported net revenue decline of 5% “topped analysts’ expectations” in FY2015, the food arm of the business performed considerably worse than last year, with its Europe Sub-Saharan Africa division recording a 22% net revenue decline and its Asia, Middle East & North Africa division seeing a 4% fall in net revenue, a significant […]

General Mills Posts Solid Profit Growth in the US but International Sales Remain Worrying

by September 23rd, 2015

General Mills has recently announced its first fiscal quarter results revealing net revenue growth of 4% in constant-currency basis and profit growth of 20%, one the highest rates in its recent history. Profit growth came off the back the aggressive cost-cutting measures including trimming the workforce, closure of underperforming manufacturing facilities and ousting of extraneous […]