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Plant-based meat snacks have emerged onto the alternative-meat market in recent years drawing the attention of consumers, manufacturers, and investors. The once-held confidence that US consumers would adapt whole-heartedly to plant-based meat alternatives has weakened as companies like Beyond Meat have struggled to meet their targets. As plant-based jerky circulates the market it is evident manufacturers have everything from taste and texture to marketing and price point to perfect to achieve success. However, many companies will strike the balance and find their market position, resulting in strong adoption of plant-based jerky by vegans and reducetarians alike, and experience healthy growth in coming years.
This episode is part of a series we have recently started, that explores how hybrid working has impacted several industries in Western Europe. This is the second episode in the series. We will focus on how retailers in the food and nutrition space are responding to this recent change in working patterns, in terms of retailing, product assortment and distribution.
Compreender as recentes dinâmicas das categorias relativas a substitutos plant-based é essencial para clarear o entendimento sobre esse novo mercado e dar perspectiva para o futuro da alimentação como um todo no Brasil.
While we introduced the growth of the sustainability trend in ingredients and packaging in pet food in previous articles, this is not happening to the same extent across all countries. To identify the most important markets for sustainability in pet care, Euromonitor International’s Pet Care Sustainability Index uses three indicator types to measure market potential. The US scores as the leading frontier, followed by Australasian and Western European countries. Emerging markets are also potential white spaces for growth in sustainability, as pet owners' demand for green products may be well ahead of product availability.
Ahead of the future strengthened trading relationship between the UK and Australia, Austrade together with the FDF would like to explore opportunities, gaps and trends across food and drink in both countries.
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