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Global Briefing

Natural Colours: Essentials Not Just Options

Use of colour is vital in giving fmcgs the visual appeal to attract consumers. Natural colours, specifically, are mainly used in food and beverages, and pet food, with the popularity of these ingredients rising due to concerns surrounding ...

Jun 2015 | US$1,325 | Pages: 39 | Add to cart | View details

Global Briefing

More Needs to be Done: Nutrition Data Reveal Packaged Food and Soft Drinks Deliver too Little Fibre

At 4.3g per person per day, the global consumer still purchases too little fibre from packaged food and soft drinks. Given the favourable regulatory environment that allows companies to benefit from fibre-related health claims, manufacturers have the...

Jun 2015 | US$1,325 | Pages: 34 | Add to cart | View details

Country Report

Soft Drinks in China

Chinese consumers continue to show interest in premium soft drinks. They perceive higher-priced products to contain higher-quality ingredients, especially in areas such as juice and bottled water, where interest in premium products is closely linked ...

Apr 2015 | US$2,100 | Pages: 104 | Add to cart | View details

Global Briefing

Soft Drinks in Southeast Asia: Diversifying Product Mix Amidst Evolving Consumer Base

Emerging economies in Southeast Asia have made the region a hot bed for soft drinks growth over the last decade. However, as a broader range of consumers demand packaged beverages, global and regional manufacturers need to evolve their offerings to ...

Feb 2015 | US$1,325 | Pages: 45 | Add to cart | View details

Global Briefing

Soft Drinks Global Corporate Strategy

Coca-Cola continues to lead global soft drinks comfortably, overshadowing PepsiCo in geographic spread, category development and brand-building. Coca-Cola has made an equity investment in Keurig Green Mountain and plans to acquire a minority stake in...

Nov 2014 | US$1,325 | Pages: 52 | Add to cart | View details

Strategy Briefing

The Sugar Backlash and its Effects on Global Consumer Markets

Added sugars – in particular fructose - in processed food and drinks play a key part in the growing problems of obesity, diabetes and tooth decay. Consumer demand is forcing manufacturers to reduce sugar content and develop natural alternatives to ...

Nov 2014 | US$1,325 | Pages: 84 | Add to cart | View details

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