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April 18, 2015

Nutrition Snapshot: South Africa in 2014

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The average South African purchases 771 calories a day from packaged food and soft drinks, with bakery, oils and fats and dairy being the top three contributors. Bakery is the leading source of protein delivering up to 8g per day, 3g more than dairy. 6g of fibre is purchased daily from packaged food and soft drinks. Despite 46% of the South African population currently being overweight and obese, by 2019, each person is expected to buy 95 calories more per capita per day.

April 15, 2015

Key Differences Between Apple and Android Users

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This datagraphic is an exploration of Android and Apple tablet and smartphone users, drawing from Euromonitor International's 2014 Hyperconnectivity survey of ~8000 online consumers ranging in age from 15 to 65+ and living in 16 major markets. The Hyperconnectivity survey focuses on how technology is impacting global consumers’ paths to purchase and payment methods as well as their privacy concerns, social connections, and leisure activities. Data and analysis of results from this Hyperconnectivity consumer survey are now available in the Passport Survey system, with an extract from the full report available for download here.

April 14, 2015

Global Beauty Sustains Growth Momentum

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Reaching US$465 billion in 2014 the beauty industry remained resilient to strong headwinds from foreign exchange turbulence, low oil prices, political and economic instability. There is continued penetration of staples in emerging markets, trade up to more superior products with enhanced benefits but also by the adoption of extended beauty routines. Both premium and mass beauty increased growth marginally by equal proportions. Premium is getting further traction in emerging markets.

April 9, 2015

Heath and Wellness RTD Tea: World Growth Prospects

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Asian markets will be the main drivers of global sales of HW RTD tea over the forecast period, with local brands more popular than multinational brands. Vietnam’s explosive expansion in NH RTD tea will make it a very attractive market in the next few years. The Coca-Cola Co has lost share globally in HW RTD tea amid its minor position in the US’s NH category. The cola carbonates giant should look to make good progress in NH RTD tea to avoid missing opportunity.

March 12, 2015

Global Resurgence of Rail Travel

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Spurred by worries regarding carbon emissions and traffic congestion, rail travel is enjoying a renaissance in some parts of the world, particularly Asia-Pacific and Western Europe, as governments invest in high-speed rail networks with trains that can run at speeds of 250kmph or more.

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March 8, 2015

The Global Female Consumer Market: Rising in Influence

The Rising Empowerment of Women Globally

At 3.6 billion in 2014, the global female consumer market is too large to ignore. Women are delaying childbirth and marriage to pursue education and careers – they are better off and more financially independent than ever before. Emerging markets are also seeing shifts in attitudes towards the role of women, which is important as they are home to 85% of the world’s female consumer market. Gender income inequality remains a challenge while female disposable income varies significantly worldwide.

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March 1, 2015

Nutrition Snapshot: Australia in 2014

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The average Australian purchases 1459 calories a day from packaged food and soft drinks, with bakery, dairy and oils and fats being the top three contributors. Dairy is the leading source of protein delivering up to 15g per day, 4g more than bakery. 14g of fibre is purchased daily from packaged food and soft drinks. Despite 65% of the Australian population currently being overweight and obese, by 2019, each person is expected to buy 35 calories more per capita per day.     

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February 19, 2015

MINTs Are The New BRICs? The Perspective of Urban Consumers

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With economic performance declining in some of BRIC countries, economists have been increasingly looking for new growth angles. One of such is MINT countries, which share favourable demographics, beneficial geographical locations and interesting economic prospects. Cities are often seen as the most evolved consumer markets of both BRICs and MINTs as their development has been closely related to urbanisation. Compared to their BRIC counterparts, MINT cities generally feature smaller market sizes and more necessity-oriented consumer spending as of 2014. However, the situation might change in the future as the key MINT cities are largely anticipated to outperform the BRIC megacities in terms of population and economic growth over 2014-2030, which will bring rising purchasing abilities to their inhabitants. For example, in 2030 Istanbul is forecast to be second only to Shanghai in terms of total consumer expenditure, while Jakarta is anticipated to exceed the consumer expenditure of today's Moscow.

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February 14, 2015

Demographic and Economic Trends in the Nordic Countries

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Urban landscape of Nordic countries is dominated by the respective capital cities of Sweden, Norway, Finland, and Denmark. For example, the size of consumer markets (as measured by total annual household disposable income) of the capital cities was as much as three to five times as large as the second largest cities in the respective country.

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February 12, 2015

Nutrition Snapshot: US in 2014

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The average American purchases 1542 calories a day from packaged food and soft drinks, with bakery, dairy and soft drinks being the top three contributors. Dairy is the leading source of protein delivering up to 11g per day, 5g more than bakery. 11g of fibre is purchased daily from packaged food and soft drinks. Despite 72% of the American population currently being overweight and obese, by 2019, each person is expected to buy only 45 calories less per capita per day.     

 

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Nutrition Snapshot: South Africa in 2014

Key Differences Between Apple and Android Users

Global Beauty Sustains Growth Momentum

Heath and Wellness RTD Tea: World Growth Prospects

Global Resurgence of Rail Travel

The Global Female Consumer Market: Rising in Influence

Nutrition Snapshot: Australia in 2014

MINTs Are The New BRICs? The Perspective of Urban Consumers

Demographic and Economic Trends in the Nordic Countries

Nutrition Snapshot: US in 2014