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March 5, 2014

Las cinco principales tendencias de la industria de belleza y cuidado personal por país en Norte y Sudamérica

BPC eBook spanishEste e-book gratuito destaca las principales tendencias de belleza y cuidado personal en 15 países de Norte y Sudamérica. 

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Tendencias destacadas en el E-Book:

Las cremas BB han visto su popularidad aumentar en países como Brasil y México dado que las cremas multifuncionales hicieron su debut en el mercado. En Brasil, estas cremas pueden ser más costosas pero siguen mostrando un buen desempeño ya que los consumidores las perciben como multi-funcionales y encuentran que es más barato comprar un producto un poco más caro que varios productos por separado. En 2012, la marca Garnier de L´Oreal lanzó la primera crema BB en México y desde entonces varias marcas masivas y premium también han lanzado cremas BB contribuyendo a hacer la oferta de productos en el país más amplia.

Los  productos para las uñas siguen siendo populares en mercados como Argentina y República Dominicana. En Argentina el esmalte reemplazó al lápiz labial como el placer culpable para las mujeres y los productos para las uñas son la categoría con el mejor desempeño de la industria de belleza y cuidado personal en el país.  En República Dominicana, a pesar de que las ventas de los productos de belleza y cuidado personal vieron un descenso, los productos para las uñas son los grandes ganadores en la industria con crecimiento en ventas tanto en términos de valor como de volumen. La  innovación de producto y amplias gamas de colores disponibles refuerzan la tendencia.

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Top Five Beauty and Personal Care Trends by Country in North and South America

BPC eBookThis free e-book outlines the top five trends in beauty and personal care in 15 North and South American countries.

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Some Trends Highlighted in the E-Book Include:

BB Creams have seen increased popularity in countries such as Brazil and Mexico as multifunctional face cream debuted in the market. In Brazil, these creams can be more expensive but are still performing well because consumers perceive them as multi-functional and find it cheaper to buy one slightly expensive product versus multiple items separately. In 2012, L'Oreal's Garnier brand launched the first BB cream in Mexico and since then several premium and mass brands have also launched BB creams, contributing to a wider product offering within the country.

Nail Products are still very popular in markets such as Argentina and the Dominican Republic. In Argentina, nail colour has taken over lipstick as the guilty indulgence for women and nail products are the best performing category for beauty and personal care in the country. Despite a decline in beauty and personal care sales in the Dominican Republic, nail products are the big winner with growth in both volume and value with innovation and colour ranges strengthening the trend.

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March 3, 2014

Stevia: Adding Value through Natural - The Resurgence of Reduced Sugar

Diana.cowlandAnalyst Insight by Diana Cowland - Senior Health and Wellness Analyst

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Stevia has fast gained presence as the first natural, healthy sweetener. This briefing explores stevia-related innovation in 2013 and highlights technological advances including steviol glycoside blends and further reducing sugar content to 50% to improve the taste profile. Stevia’s potential as a weight management ingredient is also analysed by assessing the rise in reduced sugar carbonate consumption, and hence drop in calorie intake, if just 20% of regular carbonates were reformulated.

Target Specific Soft Drinks in Markets with a High Reduced-Sugar Drink Consumption

In order for manufacturers looking to reformulate their products with stevia to be successful, the focus should be on those markets where reduced sugar variants of the aforementioned categories - soft drinks and more specifically seen in carbonates, flavoured bottled water, fruit/vegetable juice and RTD tea - are widely consumed.

Manufacturers should also look to those markets which already have a high consumption of reduced-sugar beverages, such as those showcased below It is evident that to some extent this strategy has already been adopted by manufacturers as The Coca-Cola Co (TCCC) launched its first stevia-sweetened Coca-Cola in Argentina, the top consumer for reduced sugar soft drinks and numerous launches have been seen in the US, Belgium and the UK all within the top five.

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February 18, 2014

Nurturing Future Sales Growth in Foods through Packaging Innovation

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Rapidly rising demand from emerging regions is certainly driving increases in global food packaging volumes, but opportunities for growth are also coming from mature markets, fuelled by packaging innovation. Increasingly hectic lifestyles render convenience a key driver of new packaging developments in the foods industry and influencer on consumers’ purchasing decisions. Tough economic conditions are also encouraging consumers to seek out value for money pack solutions.

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February 17, 2014

Sustainability is a Win-Win Situation for Business

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Regulatory and consumer demands for sustainable goods and services will continue to intensify pressures on business. Business must evaluate the impact of issues around natural resources on their profits, growth potential and relationships with suppliers, partners, customers and neighbours. This is true no matter which way commodity prices go. Issues around resources create risks but also bring new opportunities in terms of the impetus for resource efficiency – a win-win scenario - which can reduce costs and build reputation amongst end consumers.

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January 31, 2014

Global Briefing: Opportunities to Target the Ageing through Functional Food and Drink

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Helping to bridge the seven year gap between life expectancy and healthy life expectancy, the report highlights the opportunities to target the health concerns of the ageing population, subject to regional demand. It explores how the utilisation of a range of functional ingredients could provide a means to return growth to certain health positionings, the performance of which has levelled off in recent years, including cardiovascular health, bone and joint health, brain health and vision health.

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January 25, 2014

City Travel Briefing: Moscow

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Moscow has seen arrivals grow with increases from visitors outside former Soviet countries, particularly China. Business travel is strong in the Russian capital and supports the many luxury hotels. By contrast, accommodation options for budget travellers are limited or located outside the city centre. New low cost flights from Europe have the potential to open up Moscow as a city break destination due to its many cultural attractions, but the complicated visa regime hinders this growth.

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January 23, 2014

Futuros Padres: Tendencias Globales del Mercado Perinatal

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Aunque solo se puede captar su atención por un corto período de tiempo, las mujeres embarazadas y lactantes presentan un segmento lucrativo para los comerciantes.  Como consumidores, los futuros o recientes padres hacen grandes cambios en su estilo de vida y hábitos de compra. Están dispuestos a gastar para optimizar sus posibilidades de tener un bebé saludable y feliz, ya sea que esto involucre mejorar el confort y seguridad de su casa (ej: el instinto de anidar), mantener su propio bienestar y salud durante el embarazo o preparase para la llegada del bebé a través de productos de consumo y equipamiento del cuarto para el bebé.

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January 21, 2014

The New Face of Private Label: Global Market Trends to 2018

According to Euromonitor survey, 89% of respondents bought private label products in 2013

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- The single most important factor affecting private label growth
- Consumer attitudes towards private label
- Regions and sectors showing the most promise
- Global leaders in private label and their growth strategies
- Future outlook for the category

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Our 2013 Global Consumer Trends Survey noted that consumers in India and France were most positive about private label with 27% and 23% saying they intended to increase purchases of private label products over the next 12 months.  However, private labels are still a little known concept in Russia where as many as 23% never buy private label products.  Private label penetration is highest in Switzerland with 37.7% and lowest in China with .4%.

Within private label products globally, packaged food accounted for the majority of fast moving consumer goods with 77% of value sales in 2012, but the strongest penetration for private label was found in tissue and hygiene products at almost 14% as products such as toilet tissue and paper towels are easy for retailers to distribute and generate good margins. The private label share within packaged food was at 12%. 

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January 20, 2014

Global Briefing: Cars and Luxury Goods: Complements or Substitutes for Share of Consumers’ Wallet?

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