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Sound Bite Episode 3: Examining the Fiscal Results of Global Packaged Food Companies

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As the fiscal year closes on 2013, several surprises have occurred in the packaged food industry. Danone, for example, took a huge hit in the third quarter of 2013 due to product recalls, and Mondelez’s 2013 results were less than 1% growth in terms of net revenue due to the lacklustre sales of the Oreo brand in key markets. These hard hit brands can look forward to 2014, as global events such as the World Cup can help packaged food bands, especially in the snack sector, regain lost revenue.

Apr 2014| Listen

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Fast-Processing to Support Spectacles Market in Singapore and Asia-Pacific

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Contact lenses are growing faster than spectacles in Singapore as consumers view contacts as more stylish and convenient than spectacles. Consumers in Singapore are fashion conscious, and manufacturers can regain sales by marketing spectacles as a fashion accessory. The company Owndays has already started catering to this trend using a ‘fast-processing’ method allowing consumers to walk out the door with stylish frames and prescription-based lenses in hand.

Apr 2014| Listen

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New Law in Czech Republic May Raise Spirits Prices

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A new law targeting the labeling process of spirits in the Czech Republic was introduced in December 2013, requiring spirits containing over 20 percent alcohol to be labeled with a ‘control strip’, indicating it was produced or imported into the country. The law aims to crack down on illicit liquor, which was responsible for 48 deaths in the country in September 2012.

Apr 2014| Watch

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