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Market Research on Health and Wellness Products

Euromonitor International publishes the world's most comprehensive market research on the health and wellness products industry. We provide data and analysis on everything from total market sizes, market shares and industry trends to specific sub-category level information, including:

    Related to this market, we also cover: ingredients, retailing, luxury goods, institutional channels, hot drinks, soft drinks and dairy drinks, nutrition, packaged food and personal care.

    In addition we can provide in-depth data and statistics on: consumer lifestyles, income and expenditure, population, cities, households, the digital consumer, economy, finance and trade.

    As well as: business dynamics and commercial industrial supply chains.

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    Fortified/Functional Beverages in Australia

    Within FF soft drinks, sports drinks was the largest category in volume terms in 2015, registering sales of 118 million litres. In 2015, it registered the strongest performance within FF soft drinks, increasing by 7% in both volume terms and in ...

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    Fortified/Functional Packaged Food in Australia

    Strong growth rates for fortified/functional packaged food had previously been supported by a boom in demand for FF baby food, specifically FF milk formula. With Australian and New Zealand milk formula in demand among Chinese parents, much of the ...

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    Food Intolerance in Australia

    With current value sales growth of 12%, food intolerance was the most dynamic of the main health and wellness packaged food categories in Australia in 2015. This did however represent a significant slowdown from the current value growth rates of 30% ...

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    Naturally Healthy Beverages in Australia

    NH RTD tea was one of the strongest performers within NH beverages in 2015, increasing by 6% in volume terms to reach 29 million litres. Health-conscious Australians showed a preference for RTD tea over products in other categories such as juice and ...

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    Naturally Healthy Packaged Food in Australia

    With current value sales of A$1.72 billion, NH high fibre food remained by far the largest of the main NH packaged food categories in Australia in 2015. However, it recorded a decline in current value sales for the second year in a row. This was ...

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    Better For You Packaged Food in Australia

    BFY packaged food current value sales declined by 1% in 2015 as changing attitudes towards health and wellness led more Australians to look beyond BFY reduced fat and reduced sugar products and instead increase their consumption of other product ...

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    Organic Beverages in Australia

    Organic hot drinks grew by 6% in current terms in 2015, while organic soft drinks grew by 2%.

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    Organic Packaged Food in Australia

    Organic packaged food posted current value sales growth of 9% in 2015. This made it the second most dynamic of the main health and wellness packaged food categories in Australia, after food intolerance. While current value growth of 9% was ...

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    Health and Wellness in Australia

    Australians’ health concerns drove consumers to switch to low-fat and low-sugar products, with some moving towards fresher food options. In beverages, health and wellness concerns continued to be a driving force affecting consumer purchases of soft ...

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    Better For You Beverages in Australia

    The sugar debate and consequent call for a tax on sugary drinks negatively impacted off-trade volume sales of soft drinks in 2015, and in particular, sales of carbonates and juice in Australia. Volume sales of carbonated soft drinks declined steadily...

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