Sustainability is increasingly a key focus area for confectionery players and for consumers buying these products. As German consumers are generally highly concerned about the environmental impact of packaging waste, confectionery players are increasingly offering recyclable packaging.
Confectionery is demonstrating high levels of saturation, with ongoing marginal volume decline expected over the forecast period for confectionery packaging as a result. Products generally regarded as unhealthy due to their high sugar content, such as sugar confectionery, are likely to suffer the steepest volume declines over the forecast period than those witnessed during the review period.
There were few significant changes in packaging for some categories, including sugar confectionery. Flexible plastic remains the most popular pack type for boiled sweets, liquorice, pastilles, gums, jellies and chews.
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