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By: Karine Dussimon

Karine Dussimon is the senior research analyst for the packaging industry at Euromonitor International. She has a master’s degree in international business administration. Karine is responsible for the content and quality of Euromonitor’s packaging data and analysis with a special focus on trends in food markets.
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November 9, 2017
As global retail sales of packaging increased by 2% in 2016, the environmental damage caused by the “make, use, dispose” economy is of growing concern. This is particularly evident in Asia, Latin America and the Middle East/Africa, which are seeing ongoing population growth. The sustainable development of packaging is a pressing necessity ecologically, and also […]
April 24, 2016
Despite high market maturity levels and an increasingly knowledgeable consumer, beauty and personal care packaging has room to grow further in Western Europe and should see PET bottles benefit the most.
November 9, 2017
Why do we increasingly hear about “water enhancers” when we already have “cordials” and “concentrates”? Well, while the product content is almost the same, it is actually more to do with the packaging. Brand owners have been revamping liquid concentrates, and almost created the category entirely in the case of the US, by introducing reduced-sugar […]
August 19, 2014
The future of packaging for still light grape wine is rather positive. By 2018, global retail demand is set to rise by a 2% CAGR to reach 20.3 billion units. Yet it is also going through rather revealing changes. While the ‘Old World’ continues to dominate still wine consumption in glass bottles in 2013, Western […]
June 27, 2014
Latin America is expected to be a key growth region for metal beverage cans used in the packaging of beer, with an additional 3 billion units expected to be generated over 2013-2018. This is despite the established returnable system for glass bottles characterising Latin American countries, as retail distribution and consumption patterns are both changing. […]
November 9, 2017
When it comes to beverages, particularly fizzy drinks such as beer and carbonates, the glass bottle is generally perceived as delivering a high-quality consumer experience. In 2013, metal packaging manufacturers seem to have taken this as their main challenge, coming up with various innovations which aim to not only enhance the experience of drinking from […]
November 9, 2017
One might say no, it is not. In 2013, pouches play a minor role in the global alcoholic drinks packaging market and one can hardly imagine the format’s volumes coming even remotely close to those of glass bottles or metal beverage cans. Despite this, and admittedly starting from a low unit volume base, the pouch […]
November 9, 2017
Market research company Euromonitor International discusses alcohol industry trends in France.
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June 20, 2018
The global retail packaged food market is showing steady value growth in constant terms. At the same time, consumers are becoming more cautious, savvy and skeptical. Not only is it easy to check reviews of food products online, but there is a growing health and environmental awareness surrounding food and food production. Likewise, people are […]
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October 5, 2016
The appeal of snacking is being marked by health concerns over calorie intake and sugar intake, especially in markets such as North America and Europe. As a result, many snack foods are releasing larger pack sizes that are meant to be shared, or smaller pack sizes meant for a quick indulgence. These new formats are […]
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December 25, 2015
Brand owners are increasingly trying to enhance the experience for end consumers, and a number of different products have launched with ties to fashion, drinks, beauty and even foods that seek to achieve this. For instance, bottled water brand Evian is getting a brand revamp courtesy of New York designer Alexander Wang, and liquor brand Disaronno […]
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November 27, 2014
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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