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Eating occasions have evolved significantly. Changes in consumer habits - and the concept of the home as a hub - will have a key influence in shaping eating habits over the next few years. Meanwhile, experiential dining out and food discovery at specialist retailers have been under threat, leading to a surge in experimentation at home. Value for money positioning is more important than ever as consumers seek novel experiences despite tightened budgets. Here we examine the drivers and innovation examples that businesses can benefit from in line with these evolving eating occasions.
The global pandemic has permanently changed how consumers eat and their general approach to health and wellness. Pre-existing trends like plant-based food have become even more popular since 2019, as concerns about zoonotic diseases have put animal-based food in the limelight. This e-book presents key themes which have developed or changed during the pandemic and highlights which trends are shaping the future demand and investment across the food and nutrition landscape.
DUSSELDORF, Germany – Global market research company Euromonitor International launched today at Anuga, a new report, “Trends Shaping the Future of the Food and Nutrition Industry,” highlighting the three themes driving the most disruption and investment in the food and nutrition space.
Working-from-home is likely to remain a lasting trend, which companies need to address. For food, this primarily means that more lunches are being eaten at home. Consumers will have less need for lunch restaurants and more need for ready meals, time-saving cooking solutions, home delivery of meals and retail food for cooking.
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