May 1st, 2016
Global pet care in 2016 expected to keep pace with last year’s performance. Traditional high performers such as Brazil, Mexico and Russia show more moderate growth rates as the pace cools down in many emerging markets. Emerging markets such as India show good prospects.
April 27th, 2016
USA is the undisputed king of beauty with the lion’s share of the global industry. Currently worth US$80 billion, the US market is expected to increase by a further US$18 billion by 2020, with a strong boost from the premium segment. Growth has accelerated significantly in colour cosmetics but still leaving room for further expansion […]
April 26th, 2016
The latest edition of Euromonitor’s Consumer Foodservice data has officially released! With this launch comes new data for 2015, forecasts out to 2020, and a new measure that breaks out category sales by those orders placed digitally versus through more traditional channels. This datagraphic offers a view into some key insights from the new data, […]
April 24th, 2016
Reaching US$425 billion in 2015 the beauty industry sustained its relatively stable growth, despite deceleration in the key markets of China and Brazil. Colour cosmetics and premium beauty gave a strong boost to global performance, driven by strong demand for high quality, self-expression and individualism. Premium beauty reached historic highs in 2015 fuelled by the […]
April 11th, 2016
Euromonitor International’s recently published figures look encouraging for the Fresh Food industry. Global sales remain strong, posting 2% volume growth to reach 2.2 billion tonnes in 2015.
March 24th, 2016
Looking at the world’s largest emerging markets we see a mixed bag of performances in 2016, with Russia and Latin American economies struggling, whereas India will see strong growth. Looking at the current account in the 7 largest markets – an important indicator in view of possible tightening in developed economies – most economies will […]
February 29th, 2016
Unlike confectionery, sweet and savoury snacks enjoyed another good year, growing 5% in US$ constant value sales. Pepsi remains dominant globally, achieving number one status in 43 out of 80 markets. Pepsi possesses an enviable combination of leadership in high spend but low growth Western markets and low spend but high growth ones such as […]
February 15th, 2016
Challenges and opportunities in reaching developed and emerging market consumers will continue to diverge in 2016; with the averaged developed economy household spending 10 times that of the average emerging market household. Housing will be the largest component of spending for developed country households, whereas for those in emerging markets two in every five dollars […]
February 15th, 2016
Whilst 2016 will not be a stellar year for the global economy, after a rocky start, we should see its pace of growth accelerate somewhat. In the developed world we expect to see a continued strengthening of major economies including the USA, UK and Germany. Latin America will be the worst-performing emerging market region. In […]
January 29th, 2016
While tea is set to make continued gains, coffee remains well ahead in overall value terms. What’s more, some of the fastest-growing coffee markets in the world are traditional tea drinking markets like the UK, as coffee house culture drives entirely different consumption patterns between retail and foodservice purchases.