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Market Research on Mexico

Euromonitor International publishes the worlds' most comprehensive market research on consumer products, commercial industries, demographics trends and consumer lifestyles in Mexico.

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Euromonitor Mexico reports also cover: retailing, consumer food service, ingredients, institutional channels, luxury goods, personal care, health and wellness products, nutrition, tobacco and consumer electronics.

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Country Briefing

Income and Expenditure: Mexico

The real growth rates of Mexico’s income and spending levels trailed regional averages over 2010-2015, reflecting the slowing expansion of the Mexican economy since 2013. Nevertheless, positive regulatory reforms introduced by the Mexican government ...

May 2016 | US$250 | Pages: 14 | Add to cart | View details

Country Profile

Mexico: Country profile

The economy will grow modestly in 2016. Manufacturing and services are the main drivers while exports will strengthen. Mexico, however, faces significant headwinds. These include a continued low-oil price environment, a slowdown in US manufacturing ...

May 2016 | US$150 | Pages: 10 | Add to cart | View details

Global Briefing

Meet the MITTs: Growth Opportunities in Consumer Appliances Outside the BRICs, Part I: Mexico and Indonesia

Euromonitor International has identified four emerging markets that can bring back vigour to the consumer appliances industry in light of the economic slowdown that the BRICs are facing. These are Mexico, Indonesia, Thailand and Turkey, dubbed the ...

May 2016 | US$1,325 | Pages: 55 | Add to cart | View details

Country Report

Street Stalls/Kiosks in Mexico

In 2015 the number of registered trademarks of food trucks increased 30% to reach 450 brands present in Mexico, according to the Food Trucks Association of Mexico (AFM). Despite the lack of a regulatory law, several young independent entrepreneurs ...

May 2016 | US$990 | Pages: 20 | Add to cart | View details

Country Report

100% Home Delivery/Takeaway in Mexico

In Mexico, pizza restaurants were the most popular home delivery/takeaway format for years, however the increasing popularity of smartphones among consumers of all income levels and ages boosted other categories of food and even alcoholic drinks with...

May 2016 | US$990 | Pages: 27 | Add to cart | View details

Country Report

Cafés/Bars in Mexico

Beer consumption in Mexico is 60 litres per capita and is expected to continue to grow by around 2% over the forecast period according to Euromonitor International alcoholic drinks statistics. The increase of beer consumption is also related to ...

May 2016 | US$990 | Pages: 30 | Add to cart | View details

Country Report

Fast Food in Mexico

With a new menu and image, Allied Domecq is back on track to recover the share for Dunkin’ Donuts that the company had in Mexico more than six years ago. Dunkin’ Donuts inaugurated it first coffee shop in October 2015 in Mexico City and its expansion...

May 2016 | US$990 | Pages: 38 | Add to cart | View details

Country Report

Full-Service Restaurants in Mexico

While the accelerated growth of several commercial centres in mid to large cities in the main Mexican states benefits casual dining full-service restaurants, upscale neighbourhoods are the main target of new international competitors in fine dining. ...

May 2016 | US$990 | Pages: 40 | Add to cart | View details

Country Report

Consumer Foodservice in Mexico

In constant terms, Mexico’s consumer foodservice grew slightly faster in 2015 than the value CAGR at constant 2015 prices posted over the review period. This growth favoured chained foodservice, which saw sales grow at nearly twice the rate of ...

May 2016 | US$2,100 | Pages: 115 | Add to cart | View details

Country Report

Fresh Food in Mexico

Fresh food saw 2% volume growth in 2015, the same as in 2014. Meat, fruits, and nuts had the highest volume growth of 2% growth. Within these categories, poultry, stone fruits, and almonds had the best performances. Despite the high prices of stone ...

May 2016 | US$1,210 | Pages: 47 | Add to cart | View details

Country Report

Colour Cosmetics in Mexico

During 2015 premium brands posted healthy growth of 9% in current value terms, which was higher than the 6% value growth for mass brands. The performance of premium brands was boosted by department stores, which engaged in many different marketing ...

Apr 2016 | US$990 | Pages: 36 | Add to cart | View details

Country Report

Deodorants in Mexico

During 2015 clinical deodorants continued to gain relevance in Mexico, thanks to the increasing availability of brands with such claims, and the marketing support that the brand owners gave to clinical products. An example is Secret Clinical Strength...

Apr 2016 | US$990 | Pages: 27 | Add to cart | View details

Country Report

Depilatories in Mexico

As in other beauty and personal care categories, such as skin care and hair care, the trend towards products containing natural ingredients increased in depilatories. For example, hair remover Nair by Church & Dwight includes extracts of ylang-ylang,...

Apr 2016 | US$990 | Pages: 23 | Add to cart | View details

Country Report

Fragrances in Mexico

As announced in mid-2015, Procter & Gamble sold its premium fragrances division to Coty Inc. However, this move did not change the Mexican national brand owner, Antera. Antera is the exclusive importer of the Hugo Boss, Lacoste, Dolce & Gabbana and ...

Apr 2016 | US$990 | Pages: 29 | Add to cart | View details

Country Report

Hair Care in Mexico

In order to focus on its primary categories, The Procter & Gamble Co closed a deal to sell two of its hair care brands, Wella and Clairol, to Coty Inc in 2015. However, until June 2016 these brands will continue to be managed by Procter & Gamble. ...

Apr 2016 | US$990 | Pages: 31 | Add to cart | View details

Country Report

Men's Grooming in Mexico

In 2015 Eveready de México announced that it had become Edgewell Personal Care México, and also that the global owner had become The Edgewell Personal Care Company instead of Energizer Holdings Inc. This change was the result of the company ...

Apr 2016 | US$990 | Pages: 35 | Add to cart | View details

Country Report

Oral Care in Mexico

Dental floss and mouthwashes/dental rinses showed an interesting recovery and posted higher growth rates in 2015 than in the previous year. Dental floss posted 9% current value growth in 2015, compared with 6% growth in 2014. Mouthwashes/dental ...

Apr 2016 | US$990 | Pages: 29 | Add to cart | View details

Country Report

Beauty and Personal Care in Mexico

During 2015 beauty and personal care posted a positive performance, with better growth than in the previous year. Recovery was influenced by an improvement in households’ disposable income during the year, which encouraged them to increase their ...

Apr 2016 | US$2,650 | Pages: 134 | Add to cart | View details

Country Report

Skin Care in Mexico

Firming/anti-cellulite body care recovered during 2015, posting 10% current value growth after a negligible decline in 2014. The reason for the contraction of firming/anti-cellulite body care during 2014 was consumers giving preference to general ...

Apr 2016 | US$990 | Pages: 38 | Add to cart | View details

Country Report

Sun Care in Mexico

In 2015 Eveready de México announced that it had become Edgewell Personal Care México, and also that the global owner had become The Edgewell Personal Care Company instead of Energizer Holdings Inc. This change was the result of the company ...

Apr 2016 | US$990 | Pages: 25 | Add to cart | View details

Country Report

Baby and Child-Specific Products in Mexico

During 2015 baby wipes continued to be the biggest category within baby and child-specific products in Mexico, accounting for a 51% share of value sales. Whilst products in other categories, such as baby and child-specific sun care, hair care, skin ...

Apr 2016 | US$990 | Pages: 30 | Add to cart | View details

Country Report

Bath and Shower in Mexico

Aligned to its strategy of focusing on its main categories, in 2015 Procter & Gamble sold several of its beauty and personal care brands in a global agreement which also impacted its operations in Mexico. The bath and shower brands involved were ...

Apr 2016 | US$990 | Pages: 28 | Add to cart | View details

Country Report

Away-From-Home Tissue and Hygiene in Mexico

The most important story in 2015 to affect AFH tissue and hygiene were increased costs due to the growth of the US dollar compared to the Mexican peso. Cellulose is imported into Mexico as there is no significant production in the country. Prices in ...

Apr 2016 | US$990 | Pages: 21 | Add to cart | View details

Country Report

Incontinence in Mexico

In 2015, strong advertising for incontinence products was detected in the mass media. SCA Consumidor México SA de CV ran a strong campaign for its leading Tena brand and highlighted the benefits of disposable underwear. No other type of product was ...

Apr 2016 | US$990 | Pages: 24 | Add to cart | View details

Country Report

Nappies/Diapers/Pants in Mexico

The biggest story in nappies/diapers/ pants in Mexico in 2015 was the decision by Procter & Gamble de México SA de CV to remove its Pampers brand from the market. This decision was part of the new strategy that Procter & Gamble was following to focus...

Apr 2016 | US$990 | Pages: 24 | Add to cart | View details

Country Report

Tissue and Hygiene in Mexico

Tissue and hygiene maintained stable growth in 2015 despite the difficulties caused by the growth of the US dollar, which affected the prices of imported raw materials of many tissue and hygiene products. Retail unit prices in 2015 increased strongly...

Apr 2016 | US$2,650 | Pages: 60 | Add to cart | View details

Country Report

Retail Tissue in Mexico

In 2015, Procter & Gamble, which had a strong position in toilet paper with its Charmin brand, announced that it was going to leave the tissue market and that the Charmin brand would be removed in the same year. In April 2015, the company stopped ...

Apr 2016 | US$990 | Pages: 26 | Add to cart | View details

Country Report

Sanitary Protection in Mexico

In 2015, sanitary protection had a per capita unit of 176 per woman aged between 12-54. This increased from 133 units in 2010, helped by the increasing presence of standard towels on retail shelves due to the large portfolios of the various players. ...

Apr 2016 | US$990 | Pages: 25 | Add to cart | View details

Country Report

Wipes in Mexico

In 2015, intimate wipes posted the highest value growth of 10%, driven by competition between the brands in the category. Kimberly-Clark changed the image of its Kotex brand to standardise its presence on shelves with its atypical pink and white ...

Apr 2016 | US$990 | Pages: 26 | Add to cart | View details

Country Report

Better For You Beverages in Mexico

In 2015, beverage manufacturers keep developing products in order to create or increase their offer of healthier options. In some cases, the changes are only in terms of communication, adding specific legends to the packaging or highlighting certain ...

Apr 2016 | US$990 | Pages: 26 | Add to cart | View details

Country Report

Better For You Packaged Food in Mexico

In 2015 current value sales of better for you (BFY) packaged food increased by 4% to reach MXN28 billion. This rate, slightly slower than that registered in 2014, is evidence that interest among consumers in consumption of BFY packaged foods ...

Apr 2016 | US$990 | Pages: 30 | Add to cart | View details

Country Report

Food Intolerance in Mexico

Lactose-free is the dominant category in the overall food intolerance environment, holding a 91% value share in 2015, up from 90% in 2014. With a growing number of Mexicans suffering lactose intolerance, dairy companies have increased investment in ...

Apr 2016 | US$990 | Pages: 27 | Add to cart | View details

Country Report

Fortified/Functional Beverages in Mexico

In 2015, there is a wide offer of fortified/functional (FF) beverages. In an effort to eliminate the negative perception that certain juice drinks have amongst consumers, manufacturers have developed fortified products. Health claims, such as added ...

Apr 2016 | US$990 | Pages: 26 | Add to cart | View details

Country Report

Fortified/Functional Packaged Food in Mexico

With increasingly hectic lifestyles and a competitive job environment consumers in Mexico are interested in food and drink products offering added functionality. The widespread availability of such products underpins their performance, with consumers...

Apr 2016 | US$990 | Pages: 31 | Add to cart | View details

Country Report

Naturally Healthy Beverages in Mexico

In 2015, retail sales of superfruit juices observe interesting growth as more brands enter the category. While new companies are offering these products, existing ones are also launching their superfruit products, leveraging their brands and ...

Apr 2016 | US$990 | Pages: 27 | Add to cart | View details

Country Report

Naturally Healthy Packaged Food in Mexico

The NH packaged food category maintained a healthy performance in 2015 with current value growth of 6%. This was down on the previous year’s increase of 8% as the growth seen in 2014 was boosted by the introduction of a new tax. 1 January 2014 saw ...

Apr 2016 | US$990 | Pages: 26 | Add to cart | View details

Country Report

Organic Beverages in Mexico

Sales of organic fresh coffee are somewhat developed in the country. Many regions are recognised for their high quality, and there several brands offering this product within the country and also to foreign markets. In 2015, the offer of organic ...

Apr 2016 | US$990 | Pages: 23 | Add to cart | View details

Country Report

Organic Packaged Food in Mexico

While organic food sees comparatively limited availability in Mexico, an increased presence in retail outlets towards the end of the review period, coupled with consumers’ growing interest in products with health benefits, served to stimulate sales. ...

Apr 2016 | US$990 | Pages: 24 | Add to cart | View details

Country Report

Health and Wellness in Mexico

Communication campaigns together with the recent regulation on taxes and advertising imposed on sugar-sweetened beverages and high calorie packaged products have raised consumer awareness about nutrition. As a result, they are increasingly aware of ...

Apr 2016 | US$2,100 | Pages: 96 | Add to cart | View details

Consumer Lifestyle

Consumer Lifestyles in Mexico

Mexico has a growing middle class which is enjoying rising levels of disposable income and generating increasing levels of consumer spending. Recent concern about the peso devaluation has made some wary of spending, especially spending on big-ticket ...

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

Country Report

Apparel Accessories in Mexico

Mexican consumers are early and strong adopters of trends and brands in several industries including apparel and footwear. Luxury brands give a certain status to consumers and apparel accessories are the first engagement with the brand; even though ...

Mar 2016 | US$990 | Pages: 19 | Add to cart | View details

Country Report

Childrenswear in Mexico

Children in Mexico have evolved and participate in a more active way in decisions such as what and where they want to eat, places they want to visit and what they want to wear. As children realise the importance that their parents give to their ...

Mar 2016 | US$990 | Pages: 17 | Add to cart | View details

Country Report

Footwear in Mexico

Besides innovation and fashion designs, footwear brands that offer comfort during the day for both casual and semi-formal styles are popular among Mexicans. Durability is appreciated by consumers mainly because it is related to quality, and consumers...

Mar 2016 | US$990 | Pages: 24 | Add to cart | View details

Country Report

Hosiery in Mexico

In Mexico, diabetes continues to be a major disease and cause of death due to bad eating habits. This disease is an important fact among several industries and categories in the country, including hosiery. Obesity and overweight illness are now at ...

Mar 2016 | US$990 | Pages: 15 | Add to cart | View details

Country Report

Jeans in Mexico

Mexico is not only one of the biggest manufacturers of jeans and jeans fabric, but also one of the greatest consumers of jeans. Jeans are considered versatile garments among the Mexican population and are even accepted as casualwear for work at some ...

Mar 2016 | US$990 | Pages: 21 | Add to cart | View details

Country Report

Menswear in Mexico

Fashion and trends are now part of men’s lifestyles in Mexico. The constant arrival of new competitors has allowed men to define their style by selecting their favourite brands. Menswear brands have specialised in different styles in order to fulfil ...

Mar 2016 | US$990 | Pages: 25 | Add to cart | View details

Country Report

Apparel and Footwear in Mexico

For most Mexicans, 2015 was a difficult year as their personal finances were negatively affected by the country’s economic situation. However, millennial consumers are expected to be the generation that revives the Mexican economy with their ...

Mar 2016 | US$2,100 | Pages: 97 | Add to cart | View details

Country Report

Sportswear in Mexico

It can be evident that the highly educated population in Mexico are more concerned about changing their habits to achieve a healthier lifestyle. They are willing to practise any sport in order to be healthier as they become older. On one hand there ...

Mar 2016 | US$990 | Pages: 19 | Add to cart | View details

Country Report

Womenswear in Mexico

The constant arrival of new international and domestic apparel brands in the Mexican market has increased buying options for all income segments, allowing more consumers to purchase the latest designs and the collections that are available in the US ...

Mar 2016 | US$990 | Pages: 31 | Add to cart | View details

Country Report

Coffee in Mexico

Foodservice (on-trade) coffee sales are increasingly relevant in Mexico. Over the review period, coffee saw a 3% on-trade volume CAGR to reach 27,000 tonnes in 2015. This outpaced the 2% off-trade volume CAGR. As a result, foodservice accounted for a...

Mar 2016 | US$990 | Pages: 24 | Add to cart | View details
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