Hot Drinks Packaging in
Singapore

Country Report

Executive Summary

Mar 2019
PROSPECTS
Convenience trend drives growth of flexible aluminium/plastic packaging in flavoured powder drinks

Flexible aluminium/plastic packaging and metal tins are the two most popular forms of packaging, with flexible aluminium/plastic packaging preferred by consumers for single-serve consumption, due to the greater convenience it brings. In offices, flavoured powder drinks, like Milo, most commonly come in flexible aluminium/plastic packaging for convenience, while foodservice outlets prefer metal tins, as they contain a large volume and provide better value for money.

Coffee pods boost growth of hot drinks packaging

Coffee pods was the fastest growing coffee category in 2018, driven by consumer desire for convenience. Coffee pods are perceived as convenient due to their ease of use, storage and disposal.

Sustainability increasingly part of the package

While taste, cost and convenience are among the key consumer considerations when purchasing hot drinks products in Singapore, sustainability has taken on greater prominence in recent years. Increased awareness of sustainability issues has led to more consumers factoring sustainability into account in their purchase decisions.

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The Beverages Packaging in Singapore market research report includes:

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  • Historic volumes in units and filled volumes
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Hot Drinks Packaging in Singapore - Category analysis

HEADLINES

PROSPECTS

Convenience trend drives growth of flexible aluminium/plastic packaging in flavoured powder drinks
Coffee pods boost growth of hot drinks packaging
Sustainability increasingly part of the package

Hot Drinks Packaging in Singapore - Company Profiles

Packaging Industry in Singapore - Industry Overview

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

Convenience and sustainability make an impression on packaging
Packaging innovations target consumers’ convenience needs
Bottled water drives PET bottle growth
Sustainability could be a bigger focus in the forecast period
Consumer demand for “natural” and “free from” influences beauty and personal care packaging
Convenience is key in home care packaging

PACKAGING LEGISLATION

Labelling legislation for food, alcoholic drinks, non-alcoholic drinks and pet food
Packaging legislation for beauty and personal care products
Packaging legislation for tobacco

RECYCLING AND THE ENVIRONMENT

On-the-go packaging use increases for protection against environmental threats
Singapore Packaging Awards continue to encourage producers to reduce packaging waste
Mandatory packaging reporting framework to be introduced in 2020
Table 1 Overview of Packaging Recycling and Recovery in Singapore: 2016/2017 and Targets for 2018

PACKAGING DESIGN AND LABELLING

Safety concerns push firms to use safer pack types to minimise chemical leach and food contamination
Package labelling increasingly used to emphasise healthy characteristics
Packaging evolves as spirits evolves

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