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July 19, 2018
Beer is often known as the drink of choice among Australians and it seems this will not change in the near-future according to recent research. Beer has registered a healthy 2% total volume growth of 2% within Australia, meaning there has been 1.9 billion litres consumed by Australians in the last year. This can in […]
July 4, 2018
Technology increasing the appetite of hungry Aussie consumers Innovation and the use of technology in the ordering, delivery and payment processes has continued to drive growth in the 100% home delivery/takeaway food sector, which saw an increase of 4% in foodservice value sales in 2017. The amount of transactions within this industry has also increased […]
June 26, 2018
The Consumer Health medicine industry is worth $233 billion dollars around the globe. It grew by 4% last year, indicating further evolution in the years to come. To better breakdown and understand this industry, Euromonitor divides it into four main categories seen in the chart below. Source: Euromonitor International Globally the consumer health industry is […]
June 16, 2018
Per capita consumption of alcoholic drinks declines in 2017 Alcoholic drinks in Australia continued to feel the impact of growing health consciousness. As a result, per capita volume consumption of alcohol has largely been in decline since 2008. In addition, research from the Foundation for Alcohol Research and Education (FARE) found that only 77% of […]
June 1, 2018
The number of consumers who are cutting down on sugar or seeking to avoid it completely continued to increase in 2017. This is due to relatively high levels of education amongst Australians about the effects of excessive sugar consumption. The impact of this trend is well documented within the packaged food industry and has resulted […]
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December 24, 2017
After much speculation, we’ve finally seen the long-awaited arrival of a local platform for global internet retailing giant Amazon in Australia. But what does it all mean for Australian retailers and consumers – and even for Amazon and its major e-commerce competitors?
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