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Country Report

Traditional Toys and Games in India

Traditional toys and games in India grew by 5% in current value terms in 2015, despite the huge challenge from imports from China. Higher disposable incomes and increased inclination to have better quality toys and games for children is driving the ...

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Video Games in India

The number of smartphone users in India is increasing at a rapid pace. As per Euromonitor International Economies and Consumers data, the percentage of households possessing a smartphone has increased from 16% in 2012 to 32% in 2015 and this is ...

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Toys and Games in India

Toys and games in India witnessed moderate growth in 2015 after a slow 2014 and this was mainly driven by the growth in video games. Traditional toys witnessed slow to moderate growth in 2015 due to decreasing demand and an increase in the number of ...

Jun 2016 | US$2,100 | Pages: 34 | Add to cart | View details

Country Report

Gardening in India

In India, people spend less time on gardening as it is perceived as a hobby taken up by those who have more leisure time. In India, the numbers of non-working women are higher and they tend to take up gardening as their hobby.

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Country Report

Home Furnishings in India

The growth of home furnishings was slow in 2015 compared to 2014, due to a slowdown in real estate purchases in the country. The number of houses sold in 2015 was low compared to 2014, which hit the new sales market in 2015, another reason for the ...

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Country Report

Home Improvement in India

Home improvement for Indians is perceived as making one’s home look attractive. Home improvement in the country is slowly but surely growing with locals spending more time and money on home improvement products.

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Homewares in India

In 2015, homewares was driven mainly by the increasing demand for branded stove top cookware and food storage. Local consumers are ready to spend more on products of good quality and high reliability. However, the demand for non-branded products ...

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Home and Garden in India

Current value sales for home and garden witnessed moderate growth in 2015 compared to 2014. The real estate situation in the country experienced a decline in its growth in 2015 with many houses gone unsold. Contractors maintained prices, expecting a ...

Jun 2016 | US$2,100 | Pages: 45 | Add to cart | View details

Country Briefing

Households: India

Indian homes are some of the most densely populated in the world, as families cram into relatively small housing units. A large number of children per household adds to this. A still nascent property market means few homes are bought with mortgages, ...

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Baby and Child-Specific Products in India

Rising awareness of baby and child-specific products among Indian consumers helped drive sales within this area over the review period, mainly due to the efforts of the leading players in the market such as Johnson & Johnson (India) and Dabur India ...

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Bath and Shower in India

Bath and shower continues to be the most important market within beauty and personal care in India, accounting for close to 27% of retail value sales in 2015. Bar soaps is the largest bath and shower area, accounting for 89% of retail value sales in ...

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Colour Cosmetics in India

The rise in the number of women joining the workforce over the review period helps to drive demand for colour cosmetic products. Increasingly, Indian women are becoming financially independent in urban centres and joining the corporate world, with ...

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Deodorants in India

Use of deodorants in India is still largely an urban phenomenon and has yet to even penetrate all consumers in urban centres. According to Euromonitor International data, over 67% of the Indian population lives in rural regions, which remain largely ...

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Depilatories in India

Depilatories continued to witness strong growth during 2015, with current retail value sales rising by 21% to INR13 billion. Awareness of depilatories is high among urban consumers due to the easy availability of these products in the market. Brands ...

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Fragrances in India

Demand for fragrances remained high during 2015, driven by rising disposable incomes, increasing availability due to the growth of modern retailers and internet retailing as well as greater focus on personal hygiene among Indian consumers. As ...

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Country Report

Hair Care in India

Interest in hair care products remained strong in India during 2015, although current retail value growth of 14% was lower than the review period CAGR of 17%. While hair care already had a large base at the start of the review period, sales more than...

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Men's Grooming in India

Men’s grooming continued to register strong growth over the review period, with increased focus on personal grooming among Indian men driving demand. Indeed, men’s grooming sales more than doubled over the past five years, growing from INR30 billion ...

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Oral Care in India

Oral care in India is moving towards premiumisation, with premium variants being launched by the top players in the market during 2015. Much of this premiumisation trend was driven by market leader Colgate-Palmolive India. Notable launches within ...

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Beauty and Personal Care in India

Although the beauty and personal care market continued to register good growth in 2015 due to improving economic conditions and falling inflation, growth was lower than over the review period as a result of the impact of sluggish consumer expenditure...

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Skin Care in India

A growing number of young people and adults are becoming concerned about their appearance and the quality and effectiveness of skin care products. Many consumers have long desired spotless, flawless and fair skin and are being influenced by ...

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Sun Care in India

The use of sun care products when participating in outdoor activities, such as travelling, sports, hiking or jogging, is on the rise. Sun care brands such as Lakmé, Lotus Herbals, Ever Yuth, VLCC and Garnier Skin Naturals carried out promotional ...

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Country Briefing

Business Dynamics: India

Despite having a pro-business government, India continues to have a challenging regulatory environment. However, a steadily growing ICT space and burgeoning enthusiasm for foreign direct investment (FDI) have made the country competitive. While ...

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Country Profile

India: Country profile

India is one of Asia’s fastest-growing economies. Gains in private consumption are the main driver. Exports will benefit from an improvement in terms of trade. Inflows of FDI are also rising, but are concentrated in just a few states. The slow pace ...

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Cat Food in India

The majority of cat owners still prefer home-made fish-based food and other unbranded products for their pet cats, although this is gradually changing. Prepared food sales are benefiting from the increasing presence of established brands in smaller ...

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Dog Food in India

For many pet owners, particularly in urban India, pets are no longer just a companion but are also a statement of prestige and status. Furthermore, the humanisation of pets and owners’ readiness to set aside a good share of their monthly budget for ...

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Other Pet Food in India

Other pet food sales grew by 18% in 2016. Urban consumers continue to keep other pets such as fish and birds that require less maintenance. This supported the growth in other pet food in 2016.

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Pet Care in India

With the ongoing changing attitudes of consumers to pet care, and increasing disposable incomes, market value in India continued to grow in 2016. Indians are increasingly treating pets as family members and give them not only good quality food but ...

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Pet Products in India

Increasing pet ownerships in urban areas has also increased sales of various pet products in India, such as shampoos, conditioners, toys, accessories, dietary supplements and healthcare.

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Country Report

100% Home Delivery/Takeaway in India

100% home delivery/takeaway in India continues to be represented only by independent operators. The concept of eating out in India continues to be a once or twice weekly phenomenon, where consumers prefer a pleasant sit down meal, with someone else ...

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Cafés/Bars in India

Cafés/bars are becoming increasingly popular places in which urban Indians socialise. These outlets are no longer visited by the urban consumer base purely for a coffee or other beverage, as they are now becoming popular places to eat a meal as well....

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Country Report

Consumer Foodservice By Location in India

Consumer foodservice through retail continued to be the primary contributor in terms of consumer foodservice by non-standalone outlets in 2015. This was observed as food courts and other eateries inside shopping centres are very popular amongst ...

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Country Report

Fast Food in India

Health and wellness consciousness and awareness is reaching its peak amongst young urban consumers. With lack of time and rising disposable incomes, local consumers are reaching the stage where they did not mind spending extra money on healthier food...

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Country Report

Full-Service Restaurants in India

Full-service restaurants registered a slowdown in growth due to the changed taxation structure in 2015. The service tax in 2015 increased from 12.4% to 14%. This resulted in the average transaction price increasing considerably. As a result, most ...

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Country Report

Consumer Foodservice in India

Consumer foodservice grew at a healthy rate in 2015. This was driven by the urban consumer base, a primarily floating population, moving away from the home with a lack of time to cook. As a result, the frequency of eating out or ordering in ...

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Country Report

Self-Service Cafeterias in India

Self-service cafeterias continues to be dominated by independents in India. This is because labour in the country remains relatively inexpensive when compared to other developed countries. As a result, most consumers are used to waiting staff and an ...

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Country Report

Street Stalls/Kiosks in India

Street stalls/kiosks in India is a very popular channel for consumers when they want to buy a quick meal or snack. They are popular across both urban and rural India. As a result of this popularity, independent street stalls continue to be more ...

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Country Report

Better For You Beverages in India

Indian consumers are becoming increasingly aware of the ill effects of sugar-based carbonates and caffeine. With the increases in obesity and diabetes the BFY category is expected to record strong growth over the forecast period. With lifestyle ...

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Better For You Packaged Food in India

Increasing health awareness across urban India supported growth of better for you packaged food products in 2015. Furthermore, the co-operative federations increased their advertising expenditure to create awareness among consumers about the health ...

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Country Report

Food Intolerance in India

Consumer awareness of food intolerance products continued to be low in 2015. Parents who were aware of gluten, lactose and other food intolerance conditions, along with doctors’ recommendations, started buying special milk formula-based products in ...

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Fortified/Functional Beverages in India

The fortified/functional beverages category witnessed many challenges in 2015. In May 2015 the FSSAI ordered the recall of Monster energy drink after finding that it contained a combination of caffeine and ginseng which supposedly has an opposing ...

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Fortified/Functional Packaged Food in India

The increasing availability of FF packaged food across modern grocery outlets and also increasing consumer awareness across the major cities about products with low fat, added protein, calcium and vitamins supported the performance of FF packaged ...

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Naturally Healthy Beverages in India

Urban India is the key growth driver for naturally healthy beverages. With lifestyle diseases and conditions such as hypertension and diabetes experiencing an exponential rise in the country, an increasing number of Indians are opting for healthier ...

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Naturally Healthy Packaged Food in India

Affluent urban consumers are aware of naturally healthy packaged food, mainly due to its health benefits compared with regular products. Such awareness supported an increase in the uptake of NH food variants, such as olive oil, soy milk, brown bread,...

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Country Report

Organic Beverages in India

Organic beverages was a relatively new concept for manufacturers in juice and tea in 2015. Organic India was one such manufacturer which ventured into organic tea and built a nationwide distribution system. Organic fruit/vegetable juice, on the other...

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Organic Packaged Food in India

Organic packaged food increased in popularity in 2015, which was mainly because of government initiatives such as organic farming and the promotion of organic packaged food through various events and conferences. Manufacturers continued to claim ...

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Health and Wellness in India

Growing health consciousness over the review period continued to drive demand for HW food and beverages in India. The trend was not limited to HW food and beverages, but was also visible in the growing number of gym memberships and increased uptake ...

May 2016 | US$2,100 | Pages: 87 | Add to cart | View details

Country Briefing

Digital Consumer - Landscape: India

India is a rising star of Asian telecom, helped by increasing incomes, competition, improving regulations and a tech-savvy youth hungry for new digital services. Mobile is the chief growth driver with fast-expanding demand for data services. ...

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Economy, Finance and Trade: India

In 2015, India surpassed China’s economic growth and stood as the world’s fastest-growing major economy. With an aim to transform India into a manufacturing hub, the government has been easing investment norms and promoting foreign investment. Hence ...

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Digital Consumer - Connected Commerce: India

Digital consumers in India were a relatively new phenomenon in 2015. Urban consumers started to use electronic devices such as PCs, tablets and mobile phones as their first point of contact when browsing for any product or service. This change in ...

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Income and Expenditure: India

India’s income and spending levels recorded sustained growth over 2010-2015, on the back of the country’s strong economic expansion. However, on a per capita basis, income and spending levels in India remain below Asia Pacific averages, and its ...

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