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January 27, 2015

Estimating Category Leaders in FMCG Industries

Virgilijus NaruseviciusAnalyst Insight by Virgilijus Narusevicius - Senior Data Scientist

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In this article, we have attempted to characterise category leaders across FMCG industries and the typical market shares they achieve. “Category leader” is generally a highly coveted status as it allows price-setting power and a better ability to influence category trends, enables economies of scale and implies a better bargaining power over retailers and suppliers. It also suggests that the company is doing many things right and it is thus rather common to benchmark against the category leaders and study their past strategies. However, category leader shares vary between industries and a successful company in one industry may differ from another.

 

Figure 1: Average Category Leader Share across FMCG Industries

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Source: Euromonitor International

Note:  Retail value sales

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January 26, 2015

Chinese Milk Formula Scandals Lead to High Growth Rates in Australian Formula

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Chinese parents concerned about multiple milk formula scandals and product recalls from local brands are looking to source their infants' nutrition elsewhere. This has led to rapid growth in imported brands from Australia and other nearby regional markets as well as an active grey market. Listen to the podcast for complete insights.

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January 14, 2015

Euromonitor to speak at the FoodNavigator-Asia Infant Formula Forum

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Event: FoodNavigator Asia Infant Formula Forum

Date: 21 January 2015

Time: 11:00 (UTC+08:00)

Daniel GrimseySpeaker: Daniel Grimsey – Senior Research Analyst

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Presentation Topic: Infant Formula - Red flags and white gold: Marketing infant formula in Asia-Pacific

Presentation Description: Few industry topics in Asia-Pacific are as polarising as the infant formula debate. On the one side, manufacturers are eager to tap into the region’s vast market to take safe, nutritious products to Asia; on the other, breastfeeding advocates have the ear of the regulators, effectively blocking the active promotion of formula in many countries. So where is the middle ground for ethical industry players to compete on a level playing field—both against commercial rivals and their detractors? What can Asia’s regulators learn from the experience of other countries? And is breast really best for all Asia’s populations? On January 21 at 11am (China)  FoodNavigator-Asia will invite a panel of experts that includes industry players, regulators and nutritionists to answer these questions and many others on this important subject.

For more information, please visit the event website

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December 14, 2014

Asia Pacific Recap: Key Events that Shaped the Region in 2014

Euromonitor analysts discuss the key events impacting foreign investment, population, tourism, tax rates, social media, politics, consumer confidence and other factors impacting consumer spending trends in Asia Pacific countries moving into 2015. Watch the video for complete insights.

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How Can Protein add Value into the Dairy Industry?

We recently presented at Driving Dairy Innovation conference in Amsterdam. This video discusses trends in dairy that emerged at the event including added protein used as a value add feature in new product launches.

Lianne van den BosVideo features Lianne van den Bos - Packaged Food Analyst

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December 9, 2014

Challenges for Organic Packaged Food

Organic packaged food accounts for about 1.4% of global packaged food sales. Slowing growth can partially be attributed to differing consumer understanding of the term "organic" across global markets among other challenges. Watch the video for complete insights.

Lamine_LahouasniaVideo features Lamine Lahouasnia - Head of Packaged Food Research

 

 

Learn more in our free white paper outlining the top five packaged food trends in North and South America.

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December 8, 2014

The Biggest Billionaire Brands in the Food World

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The biggest billionaire brand list is a who's who of the food world and contains some of the most iconic food brands in the world. From long standing members such as Kellogg's and Cadbury to some of the lesser known recent additions, we explore how the top 50 food brands have grown (or not) over the last decade.

 

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November 27, 2014

The Fastest Growing Brands in Yoghurt

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Globally, the largest yoghurt brand is Activia, owned by Danone. This podcast discusses growth trends and strategies for Activia as well as other regional and global yoghurt brands.

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November 26, 2014

The Key Growth Markets for Yoghurt

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Japan, the US and China are by far the largest yoghurt markets globally both because of population size and because yoghurt is already part of the diet. This podcast examines growth in these markets and others across product type innovations, affordability and consumer diet trends.

Lianne van den BosFeaturing Lianne van den Bos - Food Analyst

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Pinar HosafciPinar Hosafci - Senior Packaged Food Analyst

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November 19, 2014

Going Vegan for Weight Loss and Heart Health

Simone_BarokeAnalyst Insight by Simone Baroke - Contributing Analyst

Can a diet totally devoid of animal protein be healthy for humans who are, by design, omnivores? Common sense would suggest not, but research begs to differ. A new study is just out, attesting to the fact that a stint of vegan eating boosts both heart health and weight loss, and without imposing restrictions on caloric intake. Could the annual January diet craze be in for a vegan overhaul? This would indeed be music to the ears of purveyors of carbohydrate foods, may they be potato growers, bakery manufacturers or noodle bars.

Healthier in just one week

Rarely has a diet come under such sustained and fervent criticism as the vegan diet. Not enough iron, zero vitamin B12, too little protein, lack of variety and, perish the thought, no dairy – surely this can’t be a healthy way to live?

However, plenty of evidence, much of it gleaned from population studies that reach back decades, suggests otherwise. For example, there is the oft-quoted Danish example, where, due to post-WW1 rationing, animal protein, fats and alcohol were severely restricted, forcing the population to subsist largely on potatoes, bread, barley and vegetables. As a result, the country recorded the lowest mortality rate from non-infectious chronic disease (this includes cardiovascular disease) in its entire history.

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Estimating Category Leaders in FMCG Industries

Chinese Milk Formula Scandals Lead to High Growth Rates in Australian Formula

Euromonitor to speak at the FoodNavigator-Asia Infant Formula Forum

Asia Pacific Recap: Key Events that Shaped the Region in 2014

How Can Protein add Value into the Dairy Industry?

Challenges for Organic Packaged Food

The Biggest Billionaire Brands in the Food World

The Fastest Growing Brands in Yoghurt

The Key Growth Markets for Yoghurt

Going Vegan for Weight Loss and Heart Health