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May 12, 2015

Brazil's Business Environment: Consumption in Economic Slowdown

250_brazilBusiness-v1.0On the surface, Brazil looks like an attractive market. It is the seventh largest global economy and has a population of 200 million, with high consumer expenditure and high demand for commodities.
But Brazilians are spending less, industrial confidence is deteriorating, and inflation is rising, meaning a future of slow growth and economic recovery.

Consumer goods companies operating in Brazil need to adapt their strategy to integrate the global market place. What are the reasons behind this slowdown and how can organisations work it to their advantage? 

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May 11, 2015

The Global Terrain of Private Label

Agne ReklaiteAnalyst Insight by Agne Reklaite - Data Scientist

Private label has transformed the landscape of many FMCG industries. In the visual below, we have mapped the US$400 billion worth of private label sales across eight FMCG industries where private label is most prevalent. The mountain size shows the potential prize for retailers by targeting private label in each industry.

Private Label Sales Across Eight FMCG Industries

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Note: In the chart, each bar represents a category. Its width represents global market size for that category, or sales of all brands within the category, whereas height represents private label share of these sales. The area of the figures represents private label sales (product of category market size and private label market share). Additionally, the figures in brackets above the chart indicate total private label sales in every industry. All figures are in US dollars and refer to retail value sales. 

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April 30, 2015

Kraft-Heinz’s Potential Impact on the Global Health and Wellness Market

Hope.LeeAnalyst Insight by Hope Lee - Senior Beverages Analyst

The forthcoming merger between Kraft Foods Group Inc and Heinz Co HJ has naturally generated widespread interest as well as discussions as to the huge impact the new entity, Kraft-Heinz, might possibly have on the overall packaged food and beverage market. How the new company can move Kraft’s flagging foods businesses forward is being discussed intently, for example. In the press release, the aim of the merger is said to look for, “Significant synergy opportunities with [a] strong platform for organic growth in North America, as well as global expansion, by combining Kraft’s brands with Heinz’s international platform.” This article takes a quick look at Kraft-Heinz’s potential impact on the health and wellness (HW) market, with a focus on what Heinz can perhaps offer to the new entity in Australia, India and Italy, as examples.

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April 28, 2015

Challenges and Opportunities in Targeting the Senior Consumer

250_seniorConsumer-v1.0The senior market is a lucrative market to explore. The population over 60 stood at 912 million in 2014, representing 12.6 percent of the global population. By 2030, this segment will account for 18 percent, reaching 1.5 billion globally. While China is the fastest growing ageing market with over 60s forecast to grow by more than 46 percent between 2014 and 2030, Japan has the oldest population, with a massive 33 percent aged over 60. Japan is a model on the impact of this demographic shift, showing the effects of different methods of governmental intervention and product development opportunities.

 

 

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Key findings:

  • E-health, home assistance and elderly-friendly services will drive technology developments in the senior market, with health being the most dynamic consumer expenditure category through 2030.

  • Efficacy and natural features remain key features when it comes to marketing beauty products to the over 60s.

  • Demand for luxury goods focusing on heritage and craftsmanship is popular among senior consumers.

  • As senior consumers usually invest in timeless, quality clothing, an older population will have a negative impact on sales volume in the apparel market.

  • Presbyopia represents a key market driver in eyewear.

April 27, 2015

Salt and Children’s Health – A Menace in the Making

Simone_BarokeAnalyst Insight by Simone Baroke - Contributing Analyst

The message that children eat far too much salt and that it primes them for serious health conditions in the future is a media frenzy waiting to happen. Research shows that the problem is widespread, and that packaged food is the prime culprit. Better-for-you reduced salt foods, although not all that popular with adult consumers, stand an excellent chance of being embraced by parents who want to keep their youngsters’ exposure to the essential but also potentially harmful nutrient of sodium in check.   

Processed and restaurant food over-salted

Rarely is the topic of children’s habitual excess salt consumption given much attention by the media, while sugar and its presumed impacts on childhood obesity and hyperactivity are never out of the headlines. Cutting down on salt is seen as a preoccupation of the middle aged. The fact that children also suffer from high blood pressure, which is exacerbated by high sodium intake and predisposes them to cardiovascular disease and strokes in later life, has not yet sunk into public health consciousness. According to The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDCP), one in nine American children have high blood pressure, and for those aged eight to 17, the figure rises to one in six. 

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April 26, 2015

Market Trends and Future Prospects in Packaged Food and Nutrition

Euromonitor International food and nutrition analysts highlight the market trends and future prospects in packaged food and nutrition. Hear more from the analysts at the upcoming seminar held at Tuttofood Milan, 4 May 2015 presented by Euromonitor and AIDEPI.

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April 25, 2015

The State of Snacking: Brand Identity in a Rapidly Changing World

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Wednesday, May 13 | 9 a.m. CDT / 3 p.m. BST

Snacks make up nearly 40% of total packaged food in the US, and Millennials are becoming a significant driver of consumption. Their needs for health and convenience are leading to change, growth and competition in the US market.

What can brands do to appeal to these consumers' unique snacking habits?

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  • Learn about the key demographic and lifestyle factors driving growth in the savory snack market
  • Understand how the US market fits in a global context
  • Discover new ways to innovate and target consumer preferences

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April 23, 2015

Kraft to Remove Artificial Colors and Preservatives from Macaroni and Cheese Product

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The new recipe will go into effect in January 2016 with color being supplied by natural extracts from paprika, annatto and turmeric. This change is indicative of a larger trend in packaged food in the US toward natural flavours and fewer additives.  Listen to the podcast for complete insights.

Podcast features Emily Balsamo - Research Associate

April 22, 2015

Analysing the Purchase of Iglo by Nomad Foods

This video examines why a frozen food brand was sold from one private equity group to another instead of to a food company. Pinar Hosafci discusses acquisition motivations including profit margins, retail environment and geography.

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April 20, 2015

Opportunities and Challenges in Specialty Food Ingredients

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Thursday, April 23 | 9 a.m. CDT / 3 p.m. BST

The supply of speciality ingredients to the international food and drinks market presents varied opportunities and challenges.

Adding value is a priority for the global food and beverage industry, with consumers no longer looking for simple nutrition or hydration but demanding far more in terms of taste and quality, health and wellness, naturalness, and convenience. There are also many issues at supply level that are having a significant impact on business strategies, including economic challenges, sustainability, and regulatory issues.  Our presentation will discuss the activities of ingredients companies and their response to the opportunities and challenges in today’s global market.

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Brazil's Business Environment: Consumption in Economic Slowdown

The Global Terrain of Private Label

Kraft-Heinz’s Potential Impact on the Global Health and Wellness Market

Challenges and Opportunities in Targeting the Senior Consumer

Salt and Children’s Health – A Menace in the Making

Market Trends and Future Prospects in Packaged Food and Nutrition

The State of Snacking: Brand Identity in a Rapidly Changing World

Kraft to Remove Artificial Colors and Preservatives from Macaroni and Cheese Product

Analysing the Purchase of Iglo by Nomad Foods

Opportunities and Challenges in Specialty Food Ingredients