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Despite governments, companies and institutions alike continuing to work on alleviating many cost-push and demand-pull factors, inflation continues to be a top-of-mind issue for consumers around the world. In our webinar, Inflation at Breakfast, we examined the different ways in which prices in a basket of goods can perform, and what that means for consumers, as well as how businesses can adapt.
Wellness has been identified by Euromonitor International as having the furthest-reaching impact on industries and consumers in the future. This report looks at the link between rising longevity and consumers’ search for a healthy life and highlights the potential impact of the behaviour of healthier consumers on consumer goods industries in the years to come through three lenses - nutritional habits, physical wellness and internal balance - to help the reader understand the changing Asia Pacific consumer.
2021 was a strong year for global snacks markets, which regained momentum in value sales growth following a pandemic-induced slowdown.
The pandemic has turned eating patterns and habits upside down for many Australians. With more people staying at home more often and adopting a more hybrid lifestyle, Australians seem to be shifting towards a more flexible pattern of eating at times that are convenient, bringing about a wave of changes in the snacking industry.
The Global Food Security & Sustainability Summit, organised by The Pinnacle Group International, is one of the most important events held in Singapore to address the critical issues of food security. On 30 June 2022, Euromonitor International participated in a panel discussion titled “Understanding Novel Foods, The Benefits and Risks and What It Means to Move from Animal Food Protein to Plant-Based Protein”.
Consumers are increasingly aware of the negative effects of sugar, salt and fat on health, driving investment in healthier snacks across Western Europe. However, with obesity levels remaining high, government regulation stands to have a sudden, radical impact on the industry, notably with the prospective implementation of HFSS legislation in England in October 2022.
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